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 …

Be Alone With Me: Poetry Moves Us

by Larry Golicz “Be Alone With Me: Poetry Moves Us” comprises a collection of poems that spans various themes, from the depths of relationships to the exhilaration of outdoor pursuits and the tranquility of contemplative moments—elegantly depicting life, emphasizing the importance of treasuring every moment and finding beauty in the ordinary. The reader is taken …

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 …

Opinions and Testimonies

by Marcus Robinson In “Opinions and Testimonies,” Marcus Robinson examines the delicate balance between love and hate, shedding light on the thin walls that separate these two. Through poignant stories and reflective prose, the author writes about the complexities of human relationships, from moments of triumph and joy to the challenges of forgiveness and personal …

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 …

Daddy Said…

by Ann Davis “Daddy Said…” by Ann Davis serves as a stirring reminder of a father’s timeless perception, shaping the lives of his children and echoing through generations. One of the lessons this book teaches us is that despite life’s adversities and uncertainties, the spirit of resilience instilled by a strong father figure can carry …

Woodlawn Giants

by Robert Ross Williams The best way to immortalize memories is to plant pine trees. And if you want, you can write about the many meaningful moments from your childhood too. Robert Ross Williams, author of Woodlawn Giants wrapped all his childhood memories together and turned them into one precious book for people of all …

Breathless Memories: One American’s Memoirs Jim’s Life Journey

by James Kenneth Patrick Graham J. D. Memories are precious gifts we leave to our loved ones. Jim Graham’s memories are a fascinating view of not only memories gifted to him from his own ancestors, but also a cache of souvenirs lovingly compiled for his descendants. Breathless Memories takes readers on a scenic journey through …