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Book Review: ‘Due for Discard, An Aimee Machado Mystery’ by Sharon St. George

Due for discard

Aimee's interest however, does not go unnoticed. Suddenly she becomes a target as well, and her grandparents Llama farm where she is staying becomes a focus for whoever is trying to stop her prying. Can she find the answer before she loses her own life? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Jeff Herman’s Guide to Book Publishers, Editors & Literary Agents’


This is the twenty-fourth edition of Herman's guide to the publishing world, so you can trust he knows what he's doing. Read More »

Research Continues on Meditation’s Health Benefits


No one wants to be in pain, and few like to talk about it. But I do want to write about what many are now finding to be one of the most effective pain medicines: meditation. Although there are many meditation studies and reports that indicate it’s helpful in alleviating pain, there isn’t yet sufficient evidence of its efficacy to ... Read More »

Interview: Braxton A. Cosby, Debut Author of Star-Crossed Saga: ProtoStar

Braxton Cosby is not following in his famed comedian uncle Bill Cosby's footsteps, he's a writer...not a funny man spooning Jello! Read More »

Book Review: Uncaged by Paul McKellips

A believable novel about bioterrorism and the ethical dilemma posed by animal research. Read More »

Book Review: The Card: A Van Stone Novel by Jim Devitt

Writing an essay and winning the prize as bat boy for the Mariners, Van Stone is living the dream. Read More »

An Interview With Seth Mnookin, Author of The Panic Virus: A True Story of Medicine, Science, and Fear

Reporter Seth Mnookin wades through myth, hype, and science history to shoot down the vaccine-autism myth. Read More »

The Effect of TV on Pre-schoolers

How too much television helps and harms pre-schoolers Read More »

Yeah, Blame It on the Kids!

Do daughters cause divorce? Read More »

Reviews in Brief: Race to Nowhere Examines the Dark Side of the Achievement Culture

Are the students of today in a Race to Nowhere because they are burnt out on memorizing and swamped with homework? Read More »