“Game On? Brain On!” by Lindsay Portnoy

The game of play is an important part of our development, it not only gives us a sense of purpose and relatedness, but it invites engagement and deeper learning. Author, Lindsay Portnoy seeks to break down the research walls and incorporate these concepts into the classroom in her newest book, “Game On? Brain On! … More “Game On? Brain On!” by Lindsay Portnoy

“The Midas Death” by Diana M. DeLuca

“The Midas Death” is a very unusual detective/mystery narrative. One might say that all detective stories are primarily about a detective’s journey into capturing a killer. Not this book! The author is able to deviate off track enough to bring about an engaging start and a mysterious ending. Inspector “Kaj” isn’t your typical detective with the brilliant IQ nor the gifted ability to outsmart anyone. … More “The Midas Death” by Diana M. DeLuca

“What is Divine Energy: The Power of Managing The Science of Everything” by Vipin Gupta

“What is divine energy” is an incredibly profound but straightforward exposition of the “science of everything.” In this landmark work, Dr. Vipin Gupta begins with the investigation of the quintessential questions for understanding divine energy and managing life joyfully. … More “What is Divine Energy: The Power of Managing The Science of Everything” by Vipin Gupta

“The Senator’s Suitcase” by Mitch Engel

This isn’t the average fill-in-the-blank political intrigue novel. Really, at its core, is a story about family, character, and truth. They say the truth shall set you free, but is it a truth that Troy wants to know? Engel crafts this story with the right balance of drama, suspense, and mystery, putting you in the main character’s shoes from the beginning, wisely choosing first-person POV. … More “The Senator’s Suitcase” by Mitch Engel