21 Lessons for the 21st Century

The 21 Lessons for the 21st Century cover five broad areas: technology, politics, despair and hope, truth and resilience. In the 1990s, it appeared that liberalism had won its war with communism and facism. Even Russia had become, nominally at least, democratic. During the Trump and Brexit era, liberalism isContinue Reading

Die Me a River

In Die Me a River, the small rural town of Scumble River is still recovering from the tornado in the last book in this cozy mystery series. The town is abuzz with complaints about the shady practices of Homestead Insurance. Claims are being reduced, denied and seldom paid timely. WhenContinue Reading

Boy at the Keyhole

Boy at the Keyhole is a suspenseful psychological thriller by a debut author. In 1961, nine-year-old Samuel is at home in England with his housekeeper, Ruth. His father is dead and his mother is searching for business investors in America. Samuel is concerned because his mother has been gone fourContinue Reading


Sleepyhead is a great resource for those that either have trouble falling asleep or staying awake. The author suffers from narcolepsy and frequently falls asleep at inappropriate times. He relates his own story and states that the average time before narcolepsy diagnosis is 15 years. However, Sleepyhead goes further thanContinue Reading

Lake Success

The rich and obnoxious American is alive and well in Lake Success. Barry is an uber rich hedge fund manager. He has a just diagnosed autistic 3-year old son. He has split from his wife, Seema, a first-generation Indian immigrant. And he wants to recapture his youth by taking aContinue Reading

Drink Beer Think Beer

Worldwide, beer is the second most popular beverage (after coffee). No wonder everyone wants to Drink Beer Think Beer. With only four basic ingredients—water, malt, hops and yeast—it is staggering how many beer varieties are available now. With breweries popping up everywhere and even inexpensive home brewery kits available online,Continue Reading

Hot Wheels

  From its start as a dream in Mattel’s eye, this is the story of Hot Wheels written by one of the first designers. Realizing that model cars would be more fun if you could race them, Mattel had a hit with its innovative Hot Wheels cars and tracks. TheContinue Reading

Depth of Winter

This time it’s personal in Depth of Winter, the 14th entry in the Longmire series. Sheriff Longmire is a long way from his Wyoming home in Mexico. He is looking for his daughter Cady who was kidnapped by the head of a Mexican drug cartel, Tomas Bidarte. His only helpContinue Reading

Murder of my Aunt

In an unpronouncable town living with a devilishly clever aunt, Edward Powell is convinced his life would improve immeasurably after the “Murder of my Aunt”. Edward decides to play a battle of wits to the death with his Aunt Mildred. However, Edward is playing with only half a deck, ifContinue Reading

Handmade Houseplants

Handmade Houseplants shows a beautiful use of paper and your creativity to liven up your home or office. Using various painting, cutting and gluing skills, the author gives step-by-step instructions for 30 different plants. From carnivorous to poisonous to cactus, most plants you have heard of and a few youContinue Reading

150+ Gluten-free Family Favorites

If you or a family member lives gluten-free, 150+ Gluten-Free Family Favorites is a useful tool in your cooking shed. This cookbook includes gluten-free breakfasts, breads, appetizers, entrees, sides, salads, desserts, holiday and kid-friendly recipes. What’s nice is the authors don’t add a bunch of recipes that are already inherentlyContinue Reading