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The Great Being

Bill Harvey

The Human Effectiveness Institute, 264 pages, (paperback) $17.99, 9780918538215
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

The Great Being, the first in Bill Harvey’s Agents of Cosmic Intelligence series, is an alternative history novel focusing on the creation of the universe and humankind’s early evolution.

The tale commences with the introduction of The Nothingness, an all-powerful entity that develops self-awareness. The Nothingness creates a number of benign celestial avatars of itself […]

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Unveiling 11 Relationship Styles: Secrets Nobody Told You

Ahmad Aljazeeri

Ahmad Aljazeeri, 376 pages, (paperback) $24.99, 9781067000219
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

As the creator of a new “dating and friendship app,” author Ahmad Aljazeeri brings both personal passion and extensive research to this book, an inventory of the different ways couples—primarily, romantic companions, but also close platonic friends—build their connections and spend their time together. It also aims to offer “practical advice, tools, and strategies to […]

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Soldier in Germany

James Snyder

Bandera Publishing , 359 pages, (ebook) $4.99, 9798990153219
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

Soldier in Germany follows American serviceman Christopher Adams’ experiences in 1970s Germany during the height of the Cold War.

After barely surviving Vietnam, and with little desire to return home, Air Force sergeant Chris takes a posting in Germany, joining the ranks of U.S. servicemen carrying out military readiness preparations as threat of nuclear war […]

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The Three Layers of a Moment: The Pioneer Ranch Saga, Book Three

Samar Reine

Carmel-by-the-Sea Publisherss, 340 pages, (paperback) $17.99, 9798988411024
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

This third book in Samar Reine’s Pioneer Ranch Saga series follows the journey of former showjumper and veterinarian Bryce, who is facing an existential crisis stemming from her turbulent marriage, precarious animal rescue business, and deteriorating ranch.

The installment opens with the death of Bryce’s husband’s grandfather. Bryce’s adopted brother, a seer, intuits Bryce’s grief […]

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Earthly Vessels: Magical Realism, with the Forces of Light and Dark Battling on Earth

David T. Isaak

Utamatzi Inc., 398 pages, (paperback) $15.99, 9781958840146
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

The late David T. Isaak’s novel of magic realism concerns a young man’s attempt to understand his place in a suddenly complex—and dangerous—world and come to grips with his burgeoning supernatural abilities. Is he the Fool, the Hero, or both?

Crystal Keeling is a free-loving hippy who escaped a weird sex cult in the late […]

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The Shift

Carolyn Buffington

Archway Publishing, 174 pages, (paperback) $16.99, 9781665741965
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

Dual timelines 125 years apart set up this short but inventive science fiction novel as two women, one a single mother, the other a university professor, strive to protect their children in a world changed by the Shift.

Beth, a freelance fact-checker living in Lincoln, Ohio in 2019, decides on her 40th birthday to become […]

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Creating Radiant Health: Keys to Releasing the Healing Power Within

Jeanie Traub and Frank A. Lucas

Creating Radiant Health Publishing, 142 pages, (paperback) $17.77, 9781961507678
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

Creating Radiant Health looks beyond traditional medicine to explore key holistic principles used to help promote natural healing and maintain health.

When diagnosed with a terminal leiomyosarcoma cancer in 2000, with the prognosis of a few months to live, author Jeanie Traub had already suffered from a range of neurological disorders, transient ischemic attacks and […]

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My American History

Charles Diaz

Ink Start Media, pages, (paperback) $17.99,
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

C. Howard Diaz asserts his political opinions while chronicling his life from growing up poor in South Central Los Angeles in the 1940s and ’50s through the ups and downs of his personal and professional life.

Diaz was raised by his divorced mother who emigrated from Mexico with her parents as a child. He enjoyed […]

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The Virtue Proposition: Five Virtues That Will Transform Leadership, Team Performance, and You

Sig Berg

Amplify Publishing, pages, (hardcover) $28.00, 9798891380592
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

Author Sig Berg’s leadership development book posits that embodying virtues are what make truly impactful leaders and teams. A nuclear scientist and divinity scholar turned leadership consultant, Berg utilizes the metaphor of a rowing team to exemplify the flow-like results of focusing on virtues over values.

While Berg acknowledges that values are important, he notes […]

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The Eye of God

Aeternus Costin

Aeternus Costin Publications LLC , 117 pages, (paperback) $15.00, 9798989136001
(Reviewed: April, 2024)

Aeternus Costin’s The Eye of God provides a thoughtful attempt at reconciling a conception of God with scientific orthodoxy.

Costin is an autodidact, not a classically trained philosopher; nonetheless, he’s well-read and his arguments are considered, though still vulnerable to critique. Costin posits that gravity is God. His definition of gravity matches the scientific orthodoxy, […]

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