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Book Review: Expert Assistance by Robert Collins

Can a Teen Diva, and a down and out space ship pilot help plan a successful rebellion? Read More »

On Your Mark, Get Set, Cook! Teen Cuisine Book Review

A review of a cookbook especially for teenagers. Read More »

An Interview with Horror Author David Gatward

The inner workings of a horror writer's mind, from fish farm to fruition... Read More »

Book Review: Ada: Legend of a Healer by R.A. McDonald

Even the grace of healing becomes a tool for those in power. Read More »

Book Review: How to Turn Your Book Club into a Spectacular Event by Mayra Calvani

A terrific primer for encouraging literacy and having fun at the same time. Read More »

Book Review: The Adolescent Owner’s Manual by David Laing Dawson, MD

“Fortunately¸adolescents usually give us a second and third chance to be good parents.” –David Laing Dawson, MD Read More »

Teenagers and Makeup: How Young is Too Young?

Now that my oldest daughter is getting close to the teen years, she is questioning when she can start wearing makeup in public. Read More »

Book Review: Life in the Slow Lane: Surviving a Tour of Duty in Driver’s Education by Thomas M. Sullivan

Learn what happens when an ethical guy tries to provide services through an unethical employer. Read More »

Book Review: I’d Know You Anywhere by Laura Lippman

A compelling read that should make any lover of crime fiction happy. Read More »

Screenglish

As the dominant communications medium of our time, screens determine the way we think and talk. Read More »