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The Sound of Violet by Allen Wolf

Introducing The Sound of Violet! Desperate to find a soulmate, Shawn goes on one awkward date after another until he encounters the alluring Violet. He starts dating her, but his autism and trusting nature keep him from realizing that she’s actually a prostitute. Shawn thinks he’s found a potential wife while Violet thinks she’s found… Continue reading The Sound of Violet by Allen Wolf

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Philosophy in the Modern Workplace by William Swift

Philosophy birthed science as we know it, and it is still crucial to our understanding of life – taking the ancient wisdom of philosophy and applying it to modern life makes total sense. This book is a concise and accessible view of how philosophy can help you get promoted at work, be a better leader,… Continue reading Philosophy in the Modern Workplace by William Swift

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Until the Break of Dawn: An Electronic Autobiography by Hany Saed

Review by Ibrahim S. Fawzy In this fascinating book Professor, Hany Saed takes his readers on a journey into the visual world where he searches for his own identity as well as ours. The book documents a journey through social media, especially Facebook, which lasted nearly eight years. The author`s -eight-year experience loaded with events… Continue reading Until the Break of Dawn: An Electronic Autobiography by Hany Saed

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Sun & Moon by Michel Weatherall

Reviewed by Mark Antony Rossi The trip of transcendence reaches its zenith when demolishing a stereotype and replacing old tropes with new insight. Weatherall’s poetry collection Sun & Moon is a candid examination of one’s fears and fragilities magnified by a cancer diagnosis of a loved one. How perceptions in such circumstances change and often… Continue reading Sun & Moon by Michel Weatherall

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The Silent G by Arpine Konyalian Grenier’s

Reviewed by Rich Murphy The Silent G, Arpine Konyalian Grenier’s fifth collection of poetry was published by Corrupt Press of Luxembourg. The collection involves the reader as though we were sitting around a séance table taking part in calling forth victims of violent historical moments. That kind of engagement with the reader is what poets… Continue reading The Silent G by Arpine Konyalian Grenier’s

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Outer Order, Inner Calm by Gretchen Rubin

Reviewed by Aaron Sommers You probably know that person. The one who’s always late and forgetful. The one who loses things never throws stuff out, or— worse yet—throws out the wrong stuff. The one who’s all over the place. The one that’s, more often than not, a hot mess. Sound familiar? Author Gretchen Rubin knows… Continue reading Outer Order, Inner Calm by Gretchen Rubin