Separating Fiction in this Time of Natural Disasters

There is always fact versus fiction when speaking about the news

Earth’s Demise: Fire Versus Ice

  Earth’s Demise: Fire Versus Ice ~ Samantha Lewis   Although many believe that “Ice Age” was just a cute movie series, it now seems that yet another scare has to be put into the American people regarding the Ice Ages we have had, and the fact that the sun will, supposedly, head to bed […]

Learning Science With Absolute Humor

  Learning Science With Absolute Humor ~ Samantha Lewis This week involves a little schooling. Yes…I can just hear the front door closing and computers being clicked over to Facebook, Twitter, or anything that is hosting a ‘world’s dumbest’ something or other. People sitting in from of their screens will say: What do I need […]

Edward Witten: On The Big Bang, Music, and Beauty

Edward Witten: On The Big Bang, Music, and Beauty   Edward Witten is the Charles Simonyi Professor of Mathematical Physics at the Institute for Advanced Study. He is best known for his research on string theory and is, according to TIME Magazine, often considered the greatest theoretical physicist in the world. He has received numerous […]

Debate Over, America!

Debate Over, America!  ~ Carmen Schwartz Although there are debates in almost every industry on the planet, there is one industry where the debates have basically gone silent over the past couple of years. That industry is massage therapy, and the actual physical and health benefits that stem from every form of massage.   What […]

The Innocence Game is A Brilliant New Book from Michael Harvey

    by Amy Lignor For those readers who are used to the “Michael Kelly” series that this author is famous for, this new stand-alone novel is a definite change of pace.   Featuring three students attending Medill School of Journalism/Northwestern University – readers find themselves engrossed with the trio of highly intelligent graduate students […]

This is the Day

  This Is the Day The March on Washington Photos by Leonard Freed Foreword by Julian Bond Essay by Michael Eric Dyson Afterword by Paul Farber J. Paul Getty Museum Publications Hardcover, $29.95 120 pages ISBN: 978-1-60606-121-3   Book Review by Kam Williams   “There have been many marches since, and several before, but no other march […]

The Master of the Puzzle Brings Inferno to the Masses

  by Amy Lignor Although Dan Brown has more than one book that’s rock solid and historically engaging, it’s the power of The Da Vinci Code that brings readers out of the woodwork to see what he has come up with next.   Robert Langdon, the famous symbologist, is back – resurfacing in the world […]

An Intense Series Continues with I Hear the Sirens in the Street by Adrian McKinty

    by Amy Lignor  Book II of The Troubles Trilogy, this is a tension-filled narrative that draws readers into the life of Police Detective Inspector, Sean Duffy. It is the early 1980’s and the civil war in Belfast, Northern Ireland is raging – with more violence and pain occurring each and every day.   […]

The Reader Never Takes a Breath!

  The Reader Never Takes a Breath! Introducing…The Enemy by Tom Wood   This is a truly great read featuring an unforgettable character named, Victor; once a hit man for the British, he is now obligated to work for the CIA.   Let’s just say that in the good old days, when Victor was loving […]