Our Story: NihahanÃ© by Della Toadlena is a memoir following the life of a Navajo woman who grew up on a reservation and attended a Bureau of Indian Affairs boarding school. The book begins with the history of Toadlena’s people and ends with her present-day life as a grandmother and retired college professor.
The author […]
During the 1880s, quite a few London prostitutes became murder victims. It appeared that a serial killer committed at least six of the murders. But if such a serial killer indeed existed, he never did prison time for the crimes associated with his name.
When Allan Downey published his thin book in 2010 about the […]
Lilith’s Awakening is a short novel that attempts to blend together elements of paranormal fantasy, mystery, horror, and Jewish mythology.
Viktoria Nelson is a medium who frequently helps local police with unsolved cases. But little does she know that a Turkish coffee reading she does for a troubled young woman will entangle her and her […]
In America Because I Have Loved You I Have Made You Rich!, author Efren M. Gamboa sets out to “tell the story of the chosen children of God; to reveal the continuation of the history of [the Israelites]. To explain the blessings and curses to the nations that received and housed this great family.” He […]
R. Dennis Baird’s third release in his Brazen Serpent Chronicles (after Talon of Light and The Caduceus) is a fantasy set in the world of Aelandra, a magic-filled realm in the midst of an epic — albeit clichÃ©-ridden — battle between the forces of light and darkness.
A spiritual schism between dragons has led to […]
For a small book, there’s a wealth of information packed in here. Author George Schauf has a specific weight loss plan that resembles the Atkins and diabetic Exchange Diets, albeit with some crucial differences (cinnamon rolls for breakfast!), and the plan is laid out in detail here. Schauf’s theory is that many obese people are […]
Ken Saik’s novel, Change of…Luck, introduces readers to Jerry, a nice guy looking to impress his girlfriend on a dinner date. When the check comes, he’s caught short; his wallet is missing. Panicked and at loose ends, a stranger comes to his rescue with a $100 bill on the simple condition that Jerry return it.
Anger is OKAY, Violence is NOT, written by Julie Federico and illustrated by Glori Alexander, is a thoughtful, much-needed addition to pre-school teachers’ and social workers’ libraries. With vibrant, TV-cartoon-like illustrations and simple, direct text appropriate for even the youngest children, this picture book explores the complexity and vitality of anger, and when it is […]
The author of this small treatise on the Value-Added Tax (VAT), Alex J. Dyball, apprenticed as an accountant prior to his opening a Fish-and-Chips shop in Northern Ireland in 1961. Despite his subsequent career (ultimately operating three shops in Belfast, as well as a catering business and a catering equipment company), he clearly lost none […]
On April 7, 2003, Louise Dupont’s 21-year-old son AndrÃ© jumped in front of a truck on Winnipeg’s Perimeter Highway, throwing his family and friends into the long, painful process of recovering from his suicide. Nearly a decade later, the author compiled this short book as a way to share what she learned along the way, […]