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Going beyond the Pose

by Katie Asher

Imparting straightforward and factual information about yoga, the book maintains an excellent balance: it is objective, truthful, and spiritual all at once. Kathleen Nitting’s "Going beyond the Pose" draws from experience and practice... Read More

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Mind Files

by Katie Asher

"Mind Files" is an accessible self-help book that encourages moving past negative thought patterns to live joyfully and appreciatively. An approachable guide to understanding how the mind processes experiences for future reference, Penny... Read More

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Lala

by Katie Asher

Jacek Dehnel’s "Lala" is a wonderful mosaic of stories about a woman’s unbelievably adventurous youth; they were shared with family members so many times that her children and grandchildren could recite them practically verbatim.... Read More

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Enlightenment Town

by Katie Asher

Jeffery Paine’s "Enlightenment Town" is a witty, in-depth exploration of a unique place and its spiritual inhabitants. It doubles as a humorous and enlightening look at the world’s religions, many of which are represented in... Read More

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Lamp Eyes, Look Out!

by Katie Asher

"Lamp Eyes, Look Out!" is an imaginative, often beautiful work of science fiction. Peter Gelman’s "Lamp Eyes, Look Out!" is a poetic and abstract science-fiction response to the current political climate in the West. Mixing Greek... Read More

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Simple Observations

by Katie Asher

This is stand-up comedy in written form, a culmination of oftentimes universal thoughts that are given a winking twist. Patrick Dykie’s straightforwardly presented book "Simple Observations" is a humorous work that skips between... Read More

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Trip Wires

by Katie Asher

Sandra Hunter’s "Trip Wires" is a collection of short stories about the horrors of war, refugee experiences, privilege, and racism. Narrated by children and young adults, each story has themes of profound human connection, love, and... Read More

Book Review

House of Belonging

by Katie Asher

Mysterious and intimate elements elevate this optimistic romance. Andrea Thome’s "House of Belonging", the third book in the Hesse Creek series, is an intriguing romance with a surprisingly mysterious layer underneath. A recent... Read More

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