This thorough, well-written treatise contains keen and valuable insights on coping with change. Albert de Goias, a practicing physician and psychotherapist, wrote "Understanding Change" for a compelling reason. “While in practice,”... Read More
March 21, 2013
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Family dysfunction meets the beauty of a Greek island in a story about family, control, and the damage done. Judy Marks’s new book, "The Cat and the Lizard", is a complex story about a family, a collection of assorted friends, and a... Read More
Here’s a pleasant surprise: a romance with admirable, realistic characters. From the author of three previous books about the triumph of the human spirit comes a tale of redemption and renewal, a poignant testimony to love’s healing... Read More
“It is our worst and most embarrassing moments that end up defining us as human beings,” comments author Mark Evan in “Cut,” one of the nearly forty short stories in his book, Hula Ville. An astute observer of the oddities of... Read More
This poignant memoir related in fifteen separate but cohesive tales explores the emigration experience of the author’s father, Yong Da, and his struggles to reinvent himself, reestablish a relationship with his daughter, and adapt to... Read More
Imagine returning from an ocean voyage to discover that the world has suddenly been overtaken by vicious creatures bent on killing you. Imagine discovering that they had once been your friends, your neighbors, even members of your... Read More