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Book Review: No Biking in the House without a Helmet by Melissa Fay Greene

Melissa Fay Greene's heartwarming book takes you along the emotional roller coaster of one family's journey into international adoption. Read More »

Book Review: Auspicious Good Fortune: One Woman’s Inspirational Journey from Western Disillusionment to Eastern Spiritual Fulfilment by Sumangali Morhall

Novice author and student of Indian meditation teacher writes more than adeptly of her lifelong journey from spiritual novice to adept. Read More »

Book Review: Breathing Blue: Giving My Life to Spirit and Spirit to My Life by Kathleen O’Dwyer

Following an unconventional path takes courage, yet Kathy soon finds it is necessary to bring about intense transformation. Read More »

Book Review: All Told: My Art and Life Among Athletes, Playboys, Bunnies, and Provocateurs by LeRoy Neiman

LeRoy Neiman led a colorful life and leaves a special legacy and autobiography. Read More »

Book Review: When I Left Home: My Story by Buddy Guy

Buddy Guy’s autobiography goes behind the scenes of the great Chicago Blues renaissance and beyond. Read More »

Book Review: Missing the Big Picture by Luke G. Donovan

Missing the Big Picture is an autobiographical coming of age story about one man’s struggle with mental illness and suicidal thoughts. Read More »

Book Review: Tough Shit: Life Advice From A Fat Lazy Slob Who Did Good by Kevin Smith

This recipe for happiness might not be right for everyone, but for those willing to follow a dream, it's perfect. Read More »

Obama’s Dream, Hitler’s Struggle, and Mussolini’s Memoirs

My, my, my: Memoirs of Obama, Hitler and Mussolini. Read More »

Book Review: Man At a Machine by Stef Wertheimer

Mr. Wertheimer speaks from experience of implementing economic models which not only enrich, but also develop communities and give back to the workers. Read More »

Book Review: William S. Burroughs vs. The Qur’an by Michael Muhammad Knight

Knight's writing will either offend or inspire you, and in places it might even do both. Read More »