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Life Passion

by Lisa Bower

Brimming with short essays and poems, "Life Passion" does not ask for perfection from the faithful. Redemption is everywhere, humans are human. This work encourages readers to give thanks for what they have and to embrace a life filled... Read More

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The Suicide Sonnets

by Lisa Bower

Eddie Morales’ poetry collection, "The Suicide Sonnets", is a meditation on what suicide really entails. Rather than deal with the aftermath of such a death, these poems crawl into the psyche of someone truly considering ending their... Read More

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Poetically Correct

by Lisa Bower

What is politically correct or incorrect depends upon the audience and society as a whole. Ciera S. Louise’s poetry collection, "Poetically Correct", is full of bold poems that critique the skeletons in humanity’s closet. Spanning... Read More

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Travelling in the Mind

by Lisa Bower

The smallest of moments can have great meaning. The short poems in Daniel Micheal Hermon’s "Travelling in the Mind" touch on many things, from the look of “a great church” and a one-toothed man to a beloved cat and clouds in the... Read More

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Saving the Kids

by Lisa Bower

What happens when a family splinters apart? This is the main question posed in Rebecca Diamond’s emotionally moving memoir Saving the Kids: A Grandmother’s Story. Diamond writes about a two-year period where she saw her daughter fall... Read More

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Prayer Prescribed

by Lisa Bower

Who says health is only about the body? In "Prayer Prescribed", Anne Borik helps readers to find mental, physical, and spiritual peace. Borik asks readers to reconsider their ideas about prayer. Her Sign Chi Do program combines... Read More

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Writings from the Spirit

by Lisa Bower

Though the world is full of darkness, there is also light. The latter shines through in Peter Benjamin LeBuhn’s poetry collection, "Writings from the Spirit". LeBuhn invites readers to take a step back and recognize and cherish all of... Read More

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