Review – Hollywood v. Beauty and the Synchronicity of the Six

by Kirk Henderson In “Hollywood v. Beauty and the Synchronicity of the Six,” author Kirk Henderson investigates the lives and careers of six iconic actresses: Louise Brooks, Jean Harlow, Hedy Lamarr, Barbara Payton, Jean Seberg, and Sondra Locke. Despite their lack of personal interaction, Henderson uncovers a complex web of similarities, mirrored occurrences, and shared challenges that …

Review – Electra: A Gender-Sensitive Study of Plays Based on the Myth, Final Edition

by Dr. Batya Casper In Electra: A Gender-Sensitive Study of Plays Based on the Myth, Final Edition Dr. Batya Casper examines the Electra myth, offering readers a fascinating investigation that combines classical records with contemporary interpretations. The study provides a unique lens portraying gender dynamics within the context of this ancient Greek myth, resonating through various …

Review – The Spark: The Legacy that Changed the Dance World (2nd Edition)

by Cheryl Ale Ballet is an exquisite form of art that expresses the truest passion. The Spark by Cheryl Ale is a one-of-a-kind book that rewrites the age-old traditional teachings in ballet. Ballet is perceived simply as moving and creating perfect lines with the body. Most ballet teachers follow the archaic method, which doesn’t hold …

Like a Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet

by Jean Shinoda Bolen “What does it mean to be a tree person, and when does it happen?” These are just one of the many questions that Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D., answers in her inspirational read, “Like a Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet.”  As an internationally renowned author and speaker, Dr. …

USA Greatest Invention Modern Direct Democracy

by Albert Kluss USA GREATEST INVENTION MODERN DIRECT DEMOCRACY presents a compelling argument for a new approach to governance in the United States. The book, written by a seasoned political scientist, critically examines the current duopoly of the Democrat and Republican parties and proposes an alternative solution to the root causes of problems within the …

Understanding the Christianity–Evolution Relationship

by Michael Ruse “Science and religion come together harmoniously to show that evolution is not true.” This is a line from “Understanding the Christianity–Evolution Relationship” by Michael Ruse, tracing the trajectory of biological thought from antiquity to modern times. It captures the interplay between different belief systems that have shaped our understanding of life’s elaborate …

Understanding Natural Selection (Understanding Life)

by Michael Ruse “Understanding Natural Selection (Understanding Life)” by Michael Ruse is an informative guide that investigates the concept of natural selection and its role in shaping the world of living beings. This book examines one of the most critical theories in evolution and biology. The book begins with a historical overview, starting with Charles …

STATISM, It’s Recurring Cycles in Mexico and Romania

by Olga Magdalena Lazin In Statism, It’s Recurring Cycles in Mexico and Romania by Olga Magdalena Lazin, readers are taken on an incredible ride through history to learn about the development of state-sanctioned regulation. Dr. Lazin offers a comprehensive overview of how governments wield power and control their citizens, thus providing insight into successful and …

Mind Magic: Building a Foundation for Emotional Well-Being

by Janice McDermott, M.Ed., MSW Undoubtedly, mental health is the foundation of a person’s success in life and society. Author Janice McDermott, M.Ed., MSW, emphasizes this message all too well in her book, “Mind Magic: Building a Foundation for Emotional Well-Being.” However, to establish stable emotional health, we must first tap into the person’s imagination, a never-ending …