Review Of Everyone Wants Your Money By Gray Keller

Dr. Keller is the principal thinker at Intentional Solutions, a nontraditional think tank specializing in the study of spirituality, leadership and philanthropy, and how all three of these disciplines synthesis and reinforces each other. (Photo Credit: acelebrationofwomen.org)

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As the Greek philosopher Aristotle aptly put it, “To give money away [for charity] is an easy matter and in any man’s power. But to decide to whom to give it, and how large and when, and for what purpose and how, is neither in every man’s power nor an […]

Unbreakable Bonds: The Mighty Moms And Wounded Warriors Of Walter Reed By Dava Guerin And Kevin Ferris

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(Photo Credit: Skyhorse Publishing)

Making the decision to have a child is momentous. When you become a mother, you decide and accept forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body. The bond between a mother and her child is the strongest bond on earth―indescribable, indelible, unbreakable.

Mothers feel their children’s […]

Interview With Holly Peterson, Author Of The Idea Of Him

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(Photo Credit: Holly Peterson)

In Holly Peterson‘s new novel, The Idea Of Him (William Morrow Paperbacks; April 1, 2014, read our review) career-driven, mother of two, Allie Crawford, finds out that her gorgeous and rampant husband isn’t exactly the knight in shining armor she thought he was. Brimming with high-finance intrigues and Manhattan […]

Review Of The Idea Of Him By Holly Peterson

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(Photo Credit: William Morrow)

A new wave of chick lit has been on a consistent rise in recent times: the new genre trend, launched in 2012 by publishing phenomenon Gone Girl, subverts the “happily ever after” trademark formula and exposes the dark and conflicting sides of the most intimate of relationships – […]

World Book Night 2014

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Last March, throughout the celebrations for the National Reading Month, the reading community had numerous opportunities to shine a spotlight on the solid reasons why books and literacy are so important for children: reading helps developing vital language skills, enhances their social abilities, improves hand-eye coordination. Ultimately, instilling a love […]

Children With Autism: Help Comes From Book Therapy

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We tend to think of our kids’ growth in terms of weight and height, and we can count our blessings if our childrens’ development follows the patterns of a growth chart. Unfortunately, there is an ever increasing number of parents who have to deal with a different set of concerns: […]

Interview With John P. Davidson, Author Of The Obedient Assassin

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Was Leon Trotsky’s murderer a hero of the people or a cold-blooded assassin? In his dark and riveting thriller, The Obedient Assassin (Delphinium Books/HarperCollins; February 4, 2014), author and journalist John P. Davidson re-imagines the life and mission of Ramon Mercader, the Spanish nationalist enlisted to murder the Soviet […]

We’ll Always Have Paris By Jennifer Coburn To Benefit The American Cancer Society

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(Photo Credit: Sourcebooks)

Jennifer Coburn has been looking in the rear-view mirror expecting to see the Grim Reaper for the last 20 years—ever since she lost her father to lung cancer when she was just 19.

When she became a mom herself, Coburn vowed to jam-pack her daughter Katie’s mental scrapbook with beautiful […]

Sherri Shepherd Nominated For NAACP Image Award For NYT Bestselling Book

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You may know Sherri Shepard through her current position as host of The View, or from reoccurring television roles on sit-coms such as How I Met Your Mother and The Jamie Foxx Show, back in the 90’s. You may even be looking forward to seeing her in her upcoming role in the Chris […]

X-Files Gillian Anderson To Pen A Sci-Fi Book Franchise For Simon And Schuster

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I can say without any hesitation that throughout my 30-year-long career as a voracious tv viewer, I have never loved any ‘conspiracy theory’ drama as much as I loved The X-Files. I have literally idolized Chris Carter‘s series for the entire decade it’s been running (1993-2002) and I was crushed when the unlikely FBI […]

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