“Higher Connections” by Eric and Alexandra Right

Author Eric Right, not his real name for privacy reasons, is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). After years of stress, worry, and turning to alcohol, he decided to take up marijuana edibles in 2019. Since taking up this drug, he finds it melts off the stress, leads to a better night’s sleep, and doesn’t leave him with a hangover. However, more importantly, and as the basis of this book, he believes it has led him to better connections with his wife, children, family, and even the dog, thus the title “Higher Connections.” … More “Higher Connections” by Eric and Alexandra Right

“Moments in Time” by Tom Locke

If you are a fan of the music from the 50s, 60s, 70s, or a music history buff in general, or even one of those people who store “useless” trivia information in their heads, you might want to pick up “Moments in Time” by Tom Locke. It’s like Paul Harvey’s radio segments “The Rest of the Story,” where he picked out random stories and told listeners other tidbits that most of us did not know. Tom Locke does this for music and “Moments in Time” is a combination of segments that he aired on “Treasure Island Oldies” over the last several years. … More “Moments in Time” by Tom Locke

“This Book Found You!” by Beronica Parnham

Do you find yourself stuck in the humdrum of everyday life? Maybe you feel complacent or stagnant in your current situation; you have the desire to make changes but have no tangible method for doing so. If you find yourself nodding along to the above statements, you’ve come to the right place. Beronica Parnham, author of “This Book Found You,” has also been in that proverbial rut. She has created this book for readers, just like you, to unlock their spirituality, break the chain of self-limiting beliefs, and discover their full potential. … More “This Book Found You!” by Beronica Parnham

“The Ranting of an Uneducated Reactionary” by Oscar Phillips

Like a voice in the wilderness, author Oscar Phillips has been seeking to enlighten and encourage others in his local arena for years. A self-proclaimed “political junkie,” Mr. Phillips has sought political views from both the left and right. He wrote his first opinion piece for the local paper in 1996, in response to a town forum on racism. This book includes many of his op-eds since then along with essays on topics as far-ranging as college campus liberalism, feminism, constitutionalism, social programming, the LGBTQ community, Christians, Jews, social values, and even Jane Fonda’s Vietnam years. Throughout the book, Mr. Phillips focuses on the key differences between socialism, communism, fascism, Nazism, and democracy. … More “The Ranting of an Uneducated Reactionary” by Oscar Phillips

“Screaming for Pleasure” by S.A. Bradley

“Horror is about emotion first” (p. 2). Horror movies tell a story while eliciting intense emotions such as shock, terror, fear, repulsion, and dread. Something about horror films and that “first kiss” with the emotions they elicit causes viewers to form lifelong opinions of the genre, either in favor of horror or in avoidance of it. With author S.A. Bradley, the movie Don’t Look Now (1973) sealed his fate of forever loving the horror genre.   … More “Screaming for Pleasure” by S.A. Bradley

“California Sports Astounding!” by Dan Cisco

A collection of sports trivia to appease the biggest sports buffs. Dan Cisco, aka The Sports Guy, moves through the days in the months of the year with a short write-up about a sport – better-known ones such as basketball, football, baseball, tennis, etc, as well as possibly lesser known or watched ones such as cross-country, rowing, parachute jumping, curling, skiing, etc., and informs the reader about a record made or how a sport or organization got started. … More “California Sports Astounding!” by Dan Cisco

“Almost Full Circle” by Jacqueline Greer Graham

The charming adage “home is where the heart is” holds special appeal regarding the place Jacqueline calls home. We may root ourselves in many places over the course of our lives as we grow into our experiences, but often it’s our first memories of home that pull on our heartstrings. An enchanting island in the British West Indies called Montserrat is the place Jacqueline calls home, where she spent the formative years of her life in the village of Harris, raised by her grandmother. … More “Almost Full Circle” by Jacqueline Greer Graham

“New York Groove” by Frank Mastropolo

If you have ever been interested in music, history, music history, rock, punk, or almost any other kind of music, you should check out “New York Groove.” It gives a historical look at several clubs, musicians, and songs of New York City. Some of these will be familiar to almost everyone, but there are also some little gems that have unfortunately disappeared. … More “New York Groove” by Frank Mastropolo