“Rainstorm of Tomorrow: The Ever-Flowing Banquet of Philosophy” by Renyuan Dong

“Rainstorm of Tomorrow: The Ever-Flowing Banquet of Philosophy,” by Renyuan Dong, puts a new face on philosophy. Stephen Hawking once declared philosophy dead, but all it needed was a modern approach. This author illuminates three ideas: Truth, Ethics, and Aesthetics, in a way that gives tired philosophy a face-lift, by integrating today’s science, psychology, and behavior into the equation. Renyuan Dong covers complex … More “Rainstorm of Tomorrow: The Ever-Flowing Banquet of Philosophy” by Renyuan Dong

“Killers Keep Secrets: The Golden State Killer’s Other Life” by James Huddle

“Killers Keep Secrets: The Golden State Killer’s Other Life” is told by Jim Huddle. For almost fifty years, the Golden State Killer had been a part of his family. Introduced to him in 1971 as his sister’s new boyfriend, Joseph James DeAngelo was a bit odd, but nothing directly painted him as dangerous or as a potential threat to himself or others. … More “Killers Keep Secrets: The Golden State Killer’s Other Life” by James Huddle

“Becoming an Angel of Change” by Bineta Ngom

“Becoming an Angel of Change” by Bineta Ngom is the inspirational story of her life as she discovers and realizes her purpose. Part memoir, part inspiration, part self-help, “Becoming an Angel of Change,” shares Bineta’s personal journey to fulfillment, and also provides motivation and guidelines for anyone wanting to realize their full potential. … More “Becoming an Angel of Change” by Bineta Ngom

“Get Money Do Good” by J.D. Vermaas

“Get Money Do Good,” by Drs. Jodi and Garry Vermaas, is the memoir/biography of multi-millionaire humanitarians/social justice warriors who practice what they profess. They are the parents of thirteen children, (two biological, eleven adopted). Some were rescued from child trafficking or destitution, while others have a different story. This remarkable couple tells the story of how it all happened, how they opened their hearts, minds, and bank accounts to help children have a chance in life. … More “Get Money Do Good” by J.D. Vermaas