“Go Forward, Support! The Rugby of Life” by Rosemary A. Schmidt

“Go Forward, Support!” looks, at first glance, like its purpose is to inform, educate, and possibly gather new fans who will “support” the game of rugby. That’s when you keep reading and notice the tagalong, “the Rugby of Life,” which might confuse you as you wonder how your life can be compared to a sport that you might have never heard of before, let alone know anything about. After reading Rosemary A. Schmidt’s words, however, it’s clear how rugby and the game of life have many similarities. Schmidt is a seasoned veteran of the sport with an evident passion for its past, present, and future. … More “Go Forward, Support! The Rugby of Life” by Rosemary A. Schmidt

“Create Forever Teammates: How Connections and Relationships Are Winning Steps in Life and Sports” by Patrick Touhey

Create Forever Teammates is a refreshing blend of heart, intelligence, and passion, trumpeting core values, none more essential than the enduring impact of human connection. It is, more than anything, a community building work, a blueprint for how to build a culture, how we should see and conduct ourselves in relation to each other and how, working in concert, we can build better lives for us all. … More “Create Forever Teammates: How Connections and Relationships Are Winning Steps in Life and Sports” by Patrick Touhey

“The Genius Who Saved Baseball” by Robert E. Ingram

One of the best parts of reading is finding a really great book you do not want to put down. “The Genius Who Saved Baseball” by Robert E. Ingram is that book. The funny thing is it was recommended to me and had not been on my radar at all. That being said, it is such a wonderful book, and I went into it as I do any other book, hoping to find myself carried away to some place special. By the end of the first chapter, I was hooked. … More “The Genius Who Saved Baseball” by Robert E. Ingram

An Interview with Linda Gould – Author of “Gilded Prisons”

Linda Gould is a career bureaucrat, now retired from the Department of Labor. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Western Maryland College and a masters degree in political science from American University in Washington, DC. Gilded Prisons is Linda’s sixth self-published novel. She previously published Secretarial Wars, The Rock Star’s Homecoming, Let’s Play Ball, Handmaidens of Rock, and Sycophants. … More An Interview with Linda Gould – Author of “Gilded Prisons”