Category Archives: memoir

February 27

Book review: The Book of Kaye (I Am), by Kaye A. Peters

The Book of Kaye (I Am) is a biographical rendering of the author’s life, but more so, about the wisdom and the philosophy that catalyzed in the process, and her own reconciliation with the Universe. There are some nice gems in this book, and her wit will elicit some chuckles along the way. No doubt, […]

February 21

Book review: The Book of Kaye (I Am), by Kaye A. Peters

The Book of Kaye (I Am) by Kaye A. Peters A very detailed biographical story of her journey through life. In her later years she has gained insight into who she is and what makes her happy. I agree with a lot of what she says, I have had similar experiences and also lost a son. Looking […]

January 25

Book review: Sugar Reports and Homemade Dill Pickles , by Robert B Riefstahl

Sugar Reports and Homemade Dill Pickles , by Robert B Riefstahl, is a compelling story. The title of this book could mislead one into thinking that it is something different than what it really is, but in truth, it is a fascinating read about two people and their connection through the war years. Much of the […]

January 19

Featured book: Sugar Reports and Homemade Dill Pickles by Robert B. Riefstahl

Sugar Reports and Homemade Dill Pickles by Robert B. Riefstahl, is a sweet and bitter true love story set during the time period of WWII. This is an amazing tale of Bob and Dee, written mainly in their own words through love letters, pictures and a hidden journal composed while in German Prisoner of War camps. […]

September 11

Book Review: From Cleopatra to Hugo: History’s Most Legendary Love Affairs (Book 1) by A.G. Mogan

From Cleopatra to Hugo: History’s Most Legendary Love Affairs (Book 1) by A.G. Mogan is an historical non-fiction, depicting the lives and loves of some of history’s more notable romances. One cannot help but see, as one reads about monarchies of fame, writers of great repute, or other figures through history, the tragedy of their romantic […]

August 30

Book Review: Aim for Justice, by Ken Dickson

  Aim for Justice by Ken Dickson An inspiring true story about a difficult journey and the consequences to the main character and his family. Mistakes are made by people everyday that affect the health and well-being of people. This book is about the courage & determination to recover what was lost and make the […]

August 22

Author Spotlight: Ken Dickson, author of Aim for Justice

Tell us about yourself! I was a dedicated engineer, content with my eight-to-five job—until I suffered agonizing abdominal pain after digging holes for fruit trees in my back yard. Unknowingly, I had perforated my bowel which led to a life-threatening infection and emergency surgery. Despite many complications, I recovered only to end up becoming manic […]

August 15

Feature Book: Aim for Justice by Ken Dickson

In this age of mass-shootings and concern about the role of the mentally ill in them, Aim for Justice provides a unique glimpse into an issue of great importance to all Americans—our Constitutional right to bear arms. In this fast-paced, emotionally taut, and inspiring true story, the author relates his struggles after an unplanned surgery […]

May 16

Review: Aim for Justice by Ken Dickson

Aim for Justice by Ken Dickson, is a brutal memoir about a man who is misdiagnosed with mental issues, wrongly medicated, and who suffers in ways that turns a decent and good life into a true nightmare. There are several messages one could get from this story, the details of which are sometimes difficult to […]

March 29

Book review: Mother Nature: The Short Story Collection Series by Michael Priv

Mother Nature: The Short Story Collection Series by Michael Priv, is a lovely story about how Mother Nature, in her simplistic and yet pervasive way, can change even the most bitter of disbelievers. A short but happy rendering that will leave you with a good feeling. Book review by Writers Inspiring Change