Category Archives: Book Reviews

Interview Feature: Author Natalie Franke Hayes on ‘Built to Belong’

Natalie Franke Hayes is an entrepreneur, mobilization marketer, community builder, and neuroscience nerd. As one of the Founders of the Rising Tide Society, the Head of Community at HoneyBook, and author, she leads tens of thousands of creatives and small … Continue reading

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Omnibus SNES book A-M

The valuable Super Nintendo resource book Omnibus SNES book A-M features over 350 entries. Retro gaming discoveries await any reader…no matter their level of expertise or knowledge. Various experts reminisce about these games while readers are also treated with facts, … Continue reading

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The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook

The subtitle says it all – From Lamb Stew to “Groosling” – more than 150 recipes Inspired by The Hunger Games trilogy, which exudes an intelligent quality, engaging drama, and compelling scenarios about a futuristic world in North America called Panem … Continue reading

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Unofficial Game of Thrones Cookbook: From Direwolf Ale to Auroch Stew

King Robert Baratheon said, “Killing things clears my head.” Well, no one can kill on an empty stomach, so author Alan Kistler offers The Unofficial Game of Thrones Cookbook. Readers can get practical instructions on more than 150 food and … Continue reading

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Things I Wish I’d Known Before We Got Married

“Most people spend far more time in preparation for their vocation than they do in preparation for marriage.” This sample statement identifies this author’s main audience and prompts them to spend more time addressing their relationship at different marital stages … Continue reading

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Chasing Water: Elegy of an Olympian

This Akashic Books release offers a compelling, and sometimes graphic view of an amazing person and successful swimmer named Anthony Ervin. Ervin is a World Championship gold medalist and three-time Olympic medalist as a swimmer. Ervin won a gold medal … Continue reading

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Thu Vo (Author) Interview Feature – “Daddy, Am I Beautiful?”/Apple Tart Series

Thu Vo has released the first book in the Apple Tart Series. Daddy, Am I Beautiful? is now available on Amazon.com as an eBook for Kindle, Kindle Fire, and Kindle App (this app is free for smart phones and tablets). This … Continue reading

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All the Women in My Family Sing

All the Women in My Family Sing: Women Write the World: Essays on Equality, Justice, and Freedom (Nothing But the Truth So Help Me God) is a collection of American culture and diversity in 69 essays written by 69 different … Continue reading

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The Comfort of People

In The Comfort of People, author and world-renowned anthropologist Daniel Miller challenges readers to assess what is important in life in this latest study chronicle that reveals how much is really going on behind-the-scenes of caretakers and their subjects who work through … Continue reading

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Interview Feature:  Jim McCreath, Author of “Renaldo: A Tale of World Cup Soccer, Terrorism, and Love”

Author Jim McCreath has a compelling novel out releasing on June 5, 2018 titled Renaldo: A Tale of World Cup Soccer, Terrorism, and Love. Set against the real-life backdrop of the 1978 World Cup, Renaldo is a powerful story of hope. A Canadian descendant of Italian … Continue reading

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