July 16

Subjects that you should know (But school won’t teach you) by Gonzalo Alcaino

Subjects that you should know (But school won’t teach you) by Gonzalo Alcaino, is a practical manual that offers up useful and sound information that can be applied in life. As the title suggests, the topics the author covers in this short book should be taught in school, because they are fundamental and relevant to health […]

July 14

Featured book review: TALON: Come Fly with Me, by Gigi Sedlmayer

TALON: Come Fly with Me, by Gigi Sedlmayer, is an award-winning and inspiring children’s adventure story. This is the type of tale you want your kids to read, to learn values and principles about integrity, standing up for what is right and caring for others, and not being overly concerned about what others think about you. […]

July 11

Featured book review: The Do Over, by Mark Gillespie

The Do Over, by Mark Gillespie, is a remarkably insightful read. Phil Collier, a 55 year-old attorney is on the cusp of death when something odd happens and he suddenly finds himself in another dimension, a place between life and death, one where Phil soon discovers that he is being given a choice; to either […]

July 06

Featured book: TALON: Come Fly with Me, by Gigi Sedlmayer

Nine year old Matica lives in a remote village on a dry plateau in the Andes of Peru. She moved to Peru when she was five with Australian missionary and schoolteacher parents. Because Matica is trapped in the body of a two year old, her growth handicap has caused her to be rejected by the […]

July 01

Book review: Self-Gamification Happiness Formula: How to Turn Your Life into Fun Games by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Self-Gamification Happiness Formula: How to Turn Your Life into Fun Games by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels, is an interesting read on a subject which has been growing in popularity. Self-Gamification simply means what it says, one turns aspects of one’s life into a game, rewarding oneself for doing things, and shifting the perspective on the mundane, the […]

June 26

Featured book review: Mystery on Twin Lakes, by Russell Warnberg

Mystery On Twin Lakes: A Chief Keplar Case, by Russell Warnberg, is a good old fashioned crime thriller, about a small town murder mystery set in the 1950s, and where Chief Keplar, a veteran detective, finds himself following a trail of blood and greed. No computers. No DNA. No fancy CSI tricks – just balls […]

June 22

Featured Book Release: Seventeen, a YA apocalyptic thriller by Suzanne Lowe

Imagine a world where everything you grew up with is gone. No adults, no internet, no rules.  The world is facing the deadliest virus ever known.  When the KV17 virus kills everyone above the age of seventeen, life becomes a battle of survival for the children left behind. Seeking to escape the escalating violence in […]

June 09

Featured book review: Ascending, by Kenna McKinnon

Ascending, by Kenna McKinnon is a surprising read. What starts out as a marriage gone wrong, developes into a story that shows us the power of love. When Scarlett loses her husband, Michael, to a brutal motorcycle accident, she and her son, Troy, move to a new house where she can forget about her former […]

June 01

Feature book review: Ulf’s Tale, by historical novelist John Broughton

Ulf’s Tale, by historical novelist, John Broughton is an impressive piece of historical fiction about the age of the Vikings and Scandinavia around the year 1002 A.D. In fact, it doesn’t read like a fiction whatsoever. Being quite familiar with Sweden, and to a degree Denmark and Norway, where the story takes place, the attention […]

May 31

Featured book: Ascending, by Kenna McKinnon

Ascending by Kenna McKinnon  A ghost in the house – a young Canadian widow forced to choose between the living and the dead. Will she prove strong enough to let go of the manacles of obsession? Scarlett Kane and her son Troy, battle paranormal elements in this vintage 1970s story of the supernatural. Her late […]