I Can’t Believe It’s Not Buddha offers “worldlings,” “householders” and Buddhists a fun, lighthearted, yet well-researched take on misquotes from the Buddha and beyond. Bonny’s Review 4/5 Stars I loved this book, the premise, and the delivery. The title? Sheer perfection. I wish I’d named my book something equally apt. The author starts gently, with […]
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Synopsis Earik Beann tells this true tale as one of the nine neighbors saved their neighborhood from the deadly and incredibly destructive California wildfires of 2017. As the Pointe Patrol hunted down potentially dangerous embers and put out fires they were also plagued by looters. The story focuses on Viewpointe Circle. A small neighborhood within […]
This series is Firefly for the cyberpunk genre, and I love every word of it.
Unexpecting by Holly Kerr is a novel that follows Casey Samms as she races to have a baby before she turns 37, thanks to the outdated advice of Dr. Francine Pascal Reed, the author of a parenting book published in the 40s. Unfortunately, Casey’s choice in men makes the task difficult, and pretty soon she […]
Running Down a Dream: Your Road Map to Winning Creative Battles Running Down a Dream is exactly what the subtitle suggests, a roadmap. Tim begins this epic tale of creativity and triumph pretty close to rock bottom. Literally, crying on the toilet with a mortgage payment he didn’t know how he was going to make […]
Under Winter Lights Ms. Lewandowski begins the tale of Martina, a young ballerina in Chicago who discovers herself the unexpected star of one of the best-known ballets in the world. Martina struggles with balancing the pressures of her new position, her dwindling finances, and the strange attention of the director of the Bellus theatre. Add […]