I Ran into Some Trouble Peggy Caserta Maggie Falcon Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing Hardcover $29.95 (286pp) 978-1-942545-82-8 Buy: Local Bookstore (IndieBound), Amazon Best known for the influence of her store, Mnasidika, and her association... Read More
Book of the Day
I Ran Into Some Trouble
Caserta’s I Ran Into Some Trouble, written with Maggie Falcon, bypasses the scandal sheets to explain Caserta’s perspective on a life thoroughly lived.
Book of the Day Roundup August 13-August 17
Another week, another roundup!
Where Are We Going?
What comes to your mind when you pick up a graphic novel? Is it the pictures? The plot? What if instead, the thought was the destination?
Interview with John Briscoe
Author of Crush: The Triumph of California Wine
This week’s conversation is about one of our very favorite things: wine.
Who Are You?
As Alice is famously asked while traipsing through Wonderland; Who are you?
How quintessentially inspired that Lonely Planet’s 500-stop global gastronomy tour begins not with flashiness and flair, but by lauding what’s simple: “battered white asparagus, a tuna and anchovy tart or maybe mushrooms braised in... Read More
This past year and a half has been tumultuous, as was expected by many when a man lacking basic humanitarian values was elected president of the US. With a multitude of shootings, families being separated at the border, a prejudiced... Read More
Deborah Carol Gang’s "The Half-Life of Everything" centers on David and Kate, a married couple easing contentedly toward middle age. They have two adult sons and decades of shared memories. Then Kate begins to experience early-onset... Read More
An intriguing journey spanning two countries and multiple centuries, Daniel Grenier’s "The Longest Year" is at once epic and intimate, heartwarming and grotesque. This is a novel that defies easy categorization. Shades of the tall tale... Read More
Part memoir, part theological exploration, Jacqueline A. Bussie’s Love Without Limits examines what it means to love unconditionally in an increasingly divided world. From a Christian perspective, Bussie employs personal anecdotes and... Read More
A white child appears among the street urchins of the Congo, claiming to be both a witch and bewitched. Two American conservationists disappear in the jungle, one under suspicious circumstances, another purposefully elusive. Deni Ellis... Read More
The renewed interest in foraging wild foods has inspired many new cookbooks, but none is as comprehensive as Marie Viljoen’s Forage, Harvest, Feast: A Wild-Inspired Cuisine. Viljoen is a writer and wild foods evangelist who packs... Read More