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Book Review: ‘The Education of a Traitor’ by Svetlana Grobman

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The Education of a Traitor offers a well written and interesting peek at life in the former Soviet Union through the eyes of a growing child. Read More »

Book Review: ‘All We Have Is Today’ by Michelle Wulfestieg

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'All We Have Is Today' is a must-read and an absolute necessary addition to your library shelf, your heart and soul, and your personal growth. Read More »

Book Review: Armando ‘Chunky’ Ibarra – ‘Loyalty and Betrayal,’ An Inside Look at the Mexican Mafia (La Eme)

Armando 'Chunky' Ibarra's true crime memoir.

The book walks a fine line between self-incrimination and gritty details. Ibarra knows how to show without "telling." The story ripples with gunfire and credibility. It inspires deeper thought, since the profitability of drugs is what drives gang motivations. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Access to Asia: Your Multicultural Guide to Building Trust, Inspiring Respect, and Creating Long-Lasting Business Relationships’ by Sharon M. Schweitzer, J.D. with Liz Alexander, Ph.D.

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Access to Asia is a unique, user-friendly guidebook for gaining the cultural awareness needed to build successful business relationships. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Your Band is a Virus!’ by James Moore

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Being an independent artist should be like running a business; James Moore explains why and how in this expanded must-read. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons’ by Sam Kean

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Even if you really find the brain to be the most boring subject you could read about, this book should still appeal to you. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Lion’s Gate’ by Steven Pressfield

Book Review The Lions Gate by Steven Pressfield

An excellent book which will give the reader much needed background and stories about the war Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Shoemaker and the Tea Party’ by Alfred Fabian Young

Book Review The Shoemaker and the Tea Party by Alfred Fabian Young

The book tells the story of some major events from the American Revolution through the eyes of a commoner, George Robert Twelves Hewes. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Grandfather’s Gift’ by James E. Smith, Sr.

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I learned a lot about what it was like long ago in Mississippi and laughed along the way. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Too Early for Flowers: The Story of a Polio Mother’ by Kurt Sipolski

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This is a story about a boy who contracted polio and who had a mother, Iris, who would not consider him any different than anyone else. Read More »