An Adventurous True Love Story of Princess Diana and her Rogue Private Eye in Cincinnati

by Rich McDonough In “An Adventurous True Love Story of Princess Diana and her Rogue Private Eye in Cincinnati,” Rich McDonough takes readers on an account of romance, mystery, and adventure. The book begins with McDonough introducing himself as the rogue private eye hired to recover a kidnapped child, a task that unexpectedly leads him …

Review – Reminiscing!

by Robert C. Martin   Reminiscing! by Robert C. Martin is a deeply personal and reflective memoir that chronicles the author’s journey through a life filled with varied experiences, both mundane and profound. This book, sprawling with rich narratives and poignant memories, invites readers into the intimate corners of Martin’s life, from his childhood days …

Review – Anna’s Story: A True Story of a Young Girl’s Will to Survive in the Aftermath of World War II

by Steven G. Kautner   “Anna’s Story: A True Story of a Young Girl’s Will to Survive in the Aftermath of World War II” unwraps the harrowing yet inspiring life of Anna Friedrich, who, from the tender age of five in 1938 until her mid-fifties in 1984, endured a life with extraordinary trials and tribulations. …

Review – Behaving Wisely: One Man’s Journey From Betrayal to Blessing

by Brian Edward Johnson Through the lens of his own experiences, Johnson inspires readers with his deeply personal memoir, Behaving Wisely: One Man’s Journey From Betrayal to Blessing. The story is about Brian, a father of three, who lives life after a painful divorce and ultimately finds a new beginning in love and marriage. It …

Review – Growing through the Storm

by Sheila Malsam “Growing through the Storm” by Sheila Malsam is a poignant memoir that delves into the depths of personal struggles, the resilience of the human spirit, and the power of faith. Malsam’s narrative is a candid, heartfelt exploration of her life’s journey, marked by challenges in her marriage and a profound spiritual awakening. …

Review – Skeletons from a Teenager’s Closet: When Failure Becomes Your Only Option, Then Fail Big

by Rodney Francis Foster The memories of youth can be both sweet and sour. In “Skeletons from a Teenager’s Closet,” Rodney Francis Foster offers a glimpse into his own formative years in California and navigating them through some big changes. Beginning with life living in the city limits and growing up in the age of …

Review – One Life: An Afghan Remembers

by Abdul Qayum Safi In a world increasingly interconnected yet deeply divided, Abdul Qayum Safi’s poignant memoir, “One Life: An Afghan Remembers,” offers a timely bridge between the East and West. This debut memoir delivers a nuanced, introspective look at Safi’s early years in rural Afghanistan, his educational pursuits, and when he came to the …

Johnny and Jazzbo

by Kathryn J. Hardy It starts with a young white dentist joining the USS Glacier as it embarks on a perilous expedition to Antarctica. The ship sets sail, and he quickly adapts to life on board, forming fellowships while facing the challenges of life at sea. The journey was marked by rough waters, monotony, and …

Reflections III: The Magic Beyond the Pain: The Journey, My Impact, Their Impact

by Dalia Vernikovsky “My life rich with experience, so good and so bad, I have once yearned for death, unimaginable, -and sad, That I,-that someone, could reach lows so low to make that call, And so out of control, that it was easier to fall, Prey to the worst, and to the thought of such …

An Old Lion Roars at Dementia

by J. Stewart Schneider J.D. In a society that celebrates the triumphs of the human mind, a silent thief slowly erodes the essence of our being—dementia. Defined as a progressive decline in cognitive ability severe enough to interfere with daily life, dementia casts its dark shadow upon millions, affecting not only the individuals grappling with …