Those are the rules. Every game has them, and rules are mostly helpful. They make it clear how to play and who can win – although sometimes, they don’t make any sense. Sometimes, they’re downright dumb and in “Game Changers” ...
Pay attention. Eyes forward, ears open. You’ve heard those things before in your life, and now you say them to yourself, your kids, and your employees. But do they hear what you say now… or, as in the new book ...
You want no part of that. In fact, the farther away you are from whatever-it-is, the happier you’ll be. Nope, some things are not your friend. Some things are not good for you at all. And as you’ll see in ...
New Lenox - Trinity Services, Inc. released a new book on “Beeing a Leader: Insights from the Trinity Beehive,” a fun, easy-to-read guidebook focusing on leadership traits that adhere to the fundamentals of positive psychology. A group of 91 authors, ...
You want that. And that, and that, and that. And some of those things over there because that’s human nature, especially if we want something we can’t have. So what would you do to get what you want? Would you, ...
“The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row” by Anthony Ray Hardin with Lara Love
Book review of “The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row."
Book review of “W is for Welcome: A Celebration of America’s Diversity” by Brad Herzog
“All the Women in My Family Sing,” edited by Deborah Santana c.2018, Nothing But the Truth Publishing
Book review of “All the Women in My Family Sing.”
“An American Marriage: A Novel” by Tayari Jones c.2018, Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill $26.95 / higher in Canada 308 pages
A review of “An American Marriage” by Tayari Jones.
“Black Ink: Literary Legends on the Peril, Power, and Pleasure of Reading and Writing,” edited by Stephanie Stokes Oliver
For two hundred years of this country’s history, it was illegal for a person with black skin to read.
A review of the book "So You Want to Talk about Race” by Ijeoma Oluo.
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“Bound to the Fire: How Virginia’s Enslaved Cooks Helped Invent American Cuisine” by Kelley Fanto Deetz
Book review of “Bound to the Fire: How Virginia’s Enslaved Cooks Helped Invent American Cuisine” by Kelley Fanto Deetz.
Lori Tharps’ youngest daughter is very light-skinned. That fact begins her story because it was recently pointed out by another child in an innocent game.
What lives beneath the waves? Fish, of course. Seahorses, clams, lobsters and whales, turtles and mermaids, too. You’d be surprised at what lives under the sea, but in the new book “Rise of the Jumbies” by Tracey Baptiste, there are ...