“Wind, Gravel and Ice” by Christina Chowaniec

“Wind, Gravel and Ice: Memoir of my Opa as a Canadian Soldier in Iceland during the Second World War,” author Christina Chowaniec brought me a brand new tale that focuses on a little-known Canadian garrison that was set in Iceland during what many call, “The War to End All Wars.” … More “Wind, Gravel and Ice” by Christina Chowaniec

“Game Changer: Military Decisions That Helped Win the American Revolution” by Jack Darrell Crowder

Jack Darrell Crowder, leads the reader through insightful discourses that examine how the outcome of the American Revolution was influenced by military decisions made during key events. … More “Game Changer: Military Decisions That Helped Win the American Revolution” by Jack Darrell Crowder

“Gone Before Glory: The Life and Tragic Death of William McKinley” by Stephen G. Yanoff

Stephen G. Yanoff is an author well-known for his historical books, as well as his murder mysteries. But when it comes to the non-fiction historical arena, his books have garnered thirty national and international history awards. Now, with a resume like that, it’s not exactly difficult to pick up a book by Yanoff and receive the best. This tale, once again, shows his research-oriented mind that brings to life very real people from our past, exposes secrets, explains decisions made and not made, and artistically answers any questions you might have about the given subject. … More “Gone Before Glory: The Life and Tragic Death of William McKinley” by Stephen G. Yanoff

“Voices from the Fallen” by Michael K. Tourville

“Voices from the Fallen” is a collection of stories by Michael K. Tourville introducing readers to 8 different individuals who have struggled with substance abuse. Each story shows how the individual got into their substance abuse, what they lost, what they gained, and, if they recovered, how they were able to find a clearer head. Note: Some of these stories are very emotional and could be hard for some readers. … More “Voices from the Fallen” by Michael K. Tourville

“What is Self Awareness” by Vipin Gupta

“What is Self Awareness: Looking Beyond the Law of Attraction,” is the seventh book in the Vastly Integrated Processes Inside Nature (Project VIPIN) series. The first six books extensively discuss how our conscious decisions help create the law of attraction. They cover the critical factors that are involved with manifesting. The foundation has been laid and this text can now take us on to the next level where we can move on into understanding how to become a multiplier of our potential. … More “What is Self Awareness” by Vipin Gupta

“Encountering Technology” by George Gerstman

“Encountering Technology” by George Gerstman will take you on an intriguing journey through eighty years of innovation. Televisions, radios, computers, cellphones, telephones, even credit cards have evolved very quickly over the last several decades. Mr. Gerstman offers a unique perspective of technology from its origins to the present day. He not only used the majority of the tech he describes, but throughout his law career, he also helped inventors patent their ideas and protect their intellectual property rights. … More “Encountering Technology” by George Gerstman

“Stories for My Sons” by Marko Vukosavovic

“Stories for my Sons” by Marko Vukosavovic is a history of his Montenegrin family from the 15th-century beginnings of their village Sotonici to his own autobiography. He illustrates how the region’s history was shaped by war throughout the years. Some of the more memorable stories Vukosavovic shares are those which he and his father Rasko experienced. … More “Stories for My Sons” by Marko Vukosavovic