Author Archives: writersinspiringchange

November 16

Book Review: Who was Joseph Pulitzer? by Terrence Crimmins

Who was Joseph Pulitzer? by Terrence Crimmins, is a very interesting read, both from an historical perspective and from the perspective of a man who had a mission in life and who refused to compromise that mission. Most of us have heard of the Pulitzer Prize, the coveted award given out annually to journalists in […]

November 15

Author Spotlight: Shameka “Meme” Green, author of – Beauty From Ashes

IWIC: Tell us about you! Shameka: My name is Shameka “Meme” Green. I was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. I’m currently working as Marriage & Family Therapist and business owner of Emma’s House Inc. IWIC: Tell us about your writing Shameka: I decided to share my memoir to inspire others to overcome their pain. […]

November 11

Book Review: A Buss from Lafayette, by Dorothea Jensen

A Buss from Lafayette, by Dorothea Jensen, is a delightful historical fiction for younger women. And if you didn’t already know, the word “buss” means kiss. Being a grandmother, I must say that I enjoyed every word of it. It is well-written, entertaining and a wonderful peek into the life of a girl who had […]

November 03

Author Spotlight: Dorothea Jensen, author of A Buss from Lafayette

IWIC: Tell us about you! Dorothea: My name is Dorothea Jensen. I was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and grew up in Chillicothe, Illinois. I majored in English literature at Carleton College and earned an MA in education at the University of New Mexico. I have been an ESL tutor for refugees, taught junior high and […]

November 01

Book Review: The Hidden City of Chelldrah-Ham: Stig’s Flight of Encounters, by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen

The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham: Stig’s Flight of Encounters, by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen, is a delightful and whimsical fantasy about adventure and doing the right thing in difficult situations. It was a pleasure to read and to experience the journey of a young boy into a fantasy world. Book review by International Writers Inspiring Change […]

October 31

Book Review: The Downfall of Marriage, by Else Byskov

The Downfall of Marriage, by Else Byskov, might at first, sound like another book about the pitfalls of marriage, however, this one presents a much grander scope on life and existence than one might expect. The author premises most of her material on the works of a Danish author and philosopher by the name of […]

October 25

Book Review: See You at the Top of Google, by Bengt Alvang

See You at the Top of Google, by Bengt Alvang, is a simple and useful manual that shows how to gain visibility and higher presence on the internet. Based on his own experience of having successfully built and managed companies, Bengt shows how to use Google and the internet, to increase one’s visibility to potential […]

October 25

Book Review: MIMADAMOS: The Eden of Choice, by Chadi B. Ghaith

MIMADAMOS: The Eden of Choice, by Chadi B. Ghaith, is a philosophical fantasy about the origins and purpose of man. It is an interesting read, flowing nicely and with characters who are unusual. The story has elements of surprise and awe, the pull of evil and the battle within. This is a book that gives […]

October 25

Author Spotlight: Else Byskov, author of books on the survival of consciousness

  IWIC: Tell us about you. Else: For 22 years I have studied the cosmology or spiritual science of Martinus, the Danish mystic. It is the most complete and logical revelation of spiritual wisdom ever to have been revealed to humankind. To date I have written 6 books in English about this amazing material. IWIC: […]

October 24

Book Review: Practical Tips to Live or Travel in China, by Ani Right

Practical Tips to Live or Travel in China, by Ani Right, is a very easy-to-use manual on how to negotiate one’s way in China. Imagine, you are standing in the center of Beijing, the signs are in Chinese, most of the people don’t speak your language, so how do you get a taxi, how do […]