“Fast Track” by John DeDakis

In “Fast Track – Lark Chadwick Mysteries Book 1” by John DeDakis, Lark Chadwick heads home after working her shift as a waitress to find a horrific scene. Her Aunt Annie has committed suicide and the odd thing is, things just don’t make sense. … More “Fast Track” by John DeDakis

“This Too Shall Pass…A mother will do anything to save her son…” by Marisa Billions

Not very often does a book take readers on such an emotional rollercoaster than that within “This Too Shall Pass” by Marisa Billions. A little bit coming of age and finding one’s self, and a little bit familial drama, the life of Eva is packed into this fast-paced read. … More “This Too Shall Pass…A mother will do anything to save her son…” by Marisa Billions

“The Letter” by Ed Munson

“The Letter” by Ed Munson will make you question what you think you know about history, politics, and the world. When Supreme Court Justice Bailey Stewart gets a mysterious letter in the mail, her entire world is turned upside down. The anonymous sender, simply called “Ivanhoe,” claims to have top secret documents that prove the United States government has hidden the truth behind the assassinations of JFK, Martin Luther King and others, as well as concealed the knowledge of alien visitations and cures for cancer. … More “The Letter” by Ed Munson

“The System of Nature in the 21st Century” by Bob Almada

“The System of Nature in the 21st Century” by Bob Almada seeks to direct readers to abandon false theological doctrines and pursue righteousness through science, logic, and intellect. By examining nature, we can discover why there is so much suffering and corruption in the world and finally, return to our natural selves: inherently good individuals who will be happiest if we do good for others as well as ourselves. … More “The System of Nature in the 21st Century” by Bob Almada

“How to Feed a Horse” by Janice Dewey

“How to Feed a Horse” is now the fourth book of poetry that caused me to absolutely love the imagination of the author. Not only does Janice Dewey have a strong voice that comes through loud and clear, she also has a wry attitude and offers up lines that can cause a smile to form on your face in less than a second. But it doesn’t end there. In fact, this poet’s tune was sung extremely well when it came to the ‘showing’ of animals, as well as describing the relationships that occur between humans and nature – the bonds that are formed and how we can understand each other better with just her words or a simple action. … More “How to Feed a Horse” by Janice Dewey

“You Are Enough” by Charlene Wheeless

“You Are Enough: Reclaiming Your Career and Your Life with Purpose, Passion and Unapologetic Authenticity” is an uplifting and moving memoir by renowned businesswoman and communications visionary Charlene Wheeless. In this absorbing book, the author shares her experiences and struggles as she climbed the cooperate ladder and her journey while battling breast cancer. … More “You Are Enough” by Charlene Wheeless