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Book Review: ‘Poison Makers’ by Jimmy Olsen


Delve into the darkness and cultures of voodoo and zombies found deep in the jungles of the Dominican Republic. Read More »

Climbing Back On After Being Thrown Off

The Democrats talk and the Republicans walk away with the quality of life. Read More »

Book Review: Revelation: Book One of the Revelation Trilogy by M. J. Mancini

How can one go on and continue life as it was after a revelation like this? Read More »

Book Review: Betrayal: An Empty Coffin Novel by Gregg Olsen

The second entry in Gregg Olsen's Empty Coffin series of YA novels. Read More »

Book Review: Gossip: A Novel by Beth Gutcheon

Friends can endure a lot of trials and tribulations, and they become stronger as a result. Read More »

Book Review: Eon’s Door by J.G. McKenney

Eon’s Door is a must read for anyone who enjoys a touch of mythical creatures and magic. Read More »

Spiritual Abuse: When Trust is Violated

When a follower questions a spiritual leader, sometimes the leader turns the tables out of pride. Read More »

Book Review: The Ghost Of A Flea by John Brinling

A tempestuous twist on murder and suspense. Read More »

Book Review: The Good Daughters by Joyce Maynard

The Good Daughters with innuendo and secrets, provides a curious puzzle to piece together, as you witness the girls' painful self-awareness rip their memories apart. Read More »

Et Tu, Barry?

How long will Americans put up with blatant hypocrisy on Obama's part? Does he have the backbone of a worm? Read More »