Extinction

What if Jurassic Park was real? But instead of dinosaurs, extremely large extinct animals like woolly mammoths, are recreated. Would you visit? Would you agree with the morality of man becoming godlike? All that is part of Extinction, the latest book by one of the authors of the Lincoln PendergastContinue Reading

Lies My Teacher Told Me

What you don’t know about American history could fill a book. In fact, the book is here and entitled Lies My Teacher Told Me. This graphic true story tells the rest of the tales not told in traditional history books. It also corrects some frequently repeated outright falsehoods. Some areContinue Reading

Mastery

Mastery is a deep dive into the science of how people learn. It is not a pop science book. It is full of scientific discoveries rather than a straightforward explanation. Unfortunately, there is a reason that most books are not this comprehensive. Most science, or at least reading about science,Continue Reading

Life Wants You Dead

There is an unmistakable but often overlooked fact of life, Life Wants You Dead. It may be sooner or later but eventually life will get its “death” wish. In this book, the author offers the many ways death is around every corner just waiting to come for you. The resultContinue Reading

The Eleven

An intern from a gossip magazine is sent to interview a reclusive author. The author recounts a harrowing story of his life and his connection to a cult called The Eleven represented by the symbol XIIX. This is no ordinary cult. The Eleven is a great example of why IContinue Reading

The Poison Pen

American ex-pat and Scottish bookseller Delaney has done it again. The amateur sleuth has become entangled in a murder, a hoarder’s life, a pushy attorney, and a possibly stolen national artifact. Can Delaney solve the crime and determine the proper answers to the other questions? You will spend a delightfulContinue Reading

Schizotopia

A totally unique take on a novel. Schizotopia is no John Dies at the End. However, it does offer an unusual look at schizophrenia from the inside of a character’s mind. Unfortunately, a schizophrenic narrator does not structure their ideas in a coherent manner. I would call this book moreContinue Reading

Wild Watercolour

From painting a simple ladybug to creating a professional sketchbook, Wild Watercolour teaches the reader step-by-step how to be a proficient watercolor painter. Beginning with the basics of tools and techniques, this book quickly progresses to lessons teaching perspective, character grouping and style. If you seriously want to improve, orContinue Reading

Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits is a collection of award-winning short stories by the great twentieth century science fiction writer, Harlan Ellison. If you are jaded and think you have read every plot imaginable, read some Harlan Ellison. The man was completely bonkers! His stories are totally original. They do take some gettingContinue Reading

Lili Gray and the World’s Most Embarrassing Superpower

Poor ten-year-old Lili Gray! In Lili Gray and the World’s Most Embarrassing Superpower, Lili’s mother is dead. Her stepmother, Bella, is pregnant and constantly plotting against her. Now, Lili’s Dad has disappeared without even saying goodbye. Oh, and she keeps blowing holes in her pants, chairs, and even her closetContinue Reading