A Passage Called Science

What's Science
By Carlo Artemi

Carlo Artemi's A Passage Called Science is a comprehensive study of scientific pursuits. In it, he emphasizes assertions like precise definitions and the role of logic in scientific reasoning, distinguishing between inductive and deductive methods. The absence of predictive models in art and philosophy is...

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Random² Musings

A Left Hemisphere Continuum
By Mike Joyner

Random² Musings: A Left Hemisphere Continuum is a work of non-fiction centered on reflections of current events. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Mike Joyner. The author presents a collection of musings, offering personal opinions and...

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Wild Child of the Monsoons

By Ann Zachariah, M.D.

Wild Child of the Monsoons by Ann Zachariah, M.D. is a collection of poems that touches on various themes ranging from pain and love to grief. Like the rains in a monsoon, the emotions from these poems rain upon you and drench you in lyrical...

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800 Sayings by Old Folks Who Raised Us

By Wm Rocky Brown, 3rd

Wm. Rocky Brown III's 800 Sayings by Old Folks Who Raised Us is a compilation of aphorisms, adages, and homespun proverbs that offer the wisdom and guidance that have been passed down through generations, giving practical life lessons and observations about human behavior. Brown has...

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Let's Share a Meal

Comfort Food For Family & Friends
By Christine L Henderson

I love this opening quote in Christine L. Henderson’s Let’s Share a Meal: “The secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside.” Mark Twain wrote these words and it certainly defines the author’s (and...

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Saving Sandoval

A True Story
By Craig W Drummond

Saving Sandoval by Craig W. Drummond is a good read for an interesting look into the military justice process. Sandoval is a sniper based in the field, and while on leave from his tour, he is arrested and charged with various felonies, all serious in...

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The Kitchen Commune

Meals to Heal and Nourish Everyone at Your Table
By Chay Wike

Food is much more enticing and digestible if prepared from scratch in one’s own kitchen. This doesn’t have to be an overwhelming task, as long as you plan ahead and organize your week’s cooking to include healthy and nutritious ingredients. Chay Wike’s The Kitchen Commune...

Quirky Careers & Offbeat Occupations of the Past, Present, and Future

Exploring Weird, Wacky, and Interesting Jobs You Never Knew Existed
By Marianne Jennings

If you are looking for a fun, fact-filled book that will give you ideas of non-traditional careers, then Quirky Careers & Offbeat Occupations of the Past, Present, and Future by Marianne Jennings is the book for you. Each job includes information about the job, followed...

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Faulty Background Checks

Shatter Applicant's Lives While Harming Businesses
By Hank Balevic

Whether seeking a job, working at a child or adult care facility, looking for a place to rent, or even considering becoming a part of a reality TV show, background checks are now the norm. While background checks are part of the process, the irony...

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Psychosocial Political Dysfunction of the Republican Party

By Daniel Brubaker

Set apart from a host of contemporary political critiques, Psychosocial Political Dysfunction Disorder of the Republican Party employs a mode of analysis through the lens of widespread neuropathology. Daniel Brubaker’s approach is more persuasive than many texts grounded in political history, which detail institutionalized corruption...

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