Review: Bold Love (A Letter To My Young Sisters)

Synopsis: Bold Love: A Letter to My Young Sisters is a love letter full of personal experiences, science and deliberate encouragement to help one move through the challenges related to self-esteem, absent relationships and racial challenges. This body of work is written through the eyes of the writer as if she were her younger self.... Continue Reading →

Review: The Evolving Peacemaker

Synopsis: What does our future hold? Is it possible for humanity to exist indefinitely in a world overrun with wars, intolerance, and terrorism? Will our civilization that is steeped in centuries of violence eventually learn how to interact with one another in respectful and compassionate ways?  The Evolving Peacemaker: A Commitment to Nonviolence seeks to... Continue Reading →

Review: June Rain

Synopsis: June Rain. Imagine-that you are young. Imagine-that by the merest of chances you meet the love of your life. Imagine-that you experience a series of wondrous moments in which almost imperceptible events take on life-changing significance. Imagine-that you walk into a storm so vast that it seems to drain all light and color from... Continue Reading →

Review: Under the Sea (Coloring Book for Children)

  Synopsis: A Seashell Meditation for Children, Under the Sea, is a unique coloring activity book that contains a short meditation┬ástory rhyme using a seashell as a tool for focus and concentration. With a simple and easy meditation technique, even the youngest children can engage and have fun. The book encourages the child to use... Continue Reading →

Review: All Summer Long

  Synopsis: All Summer Long follows one charming New York couple ÔÇô prominent interior designer Olivia Ritchie and her husband Nicholas Seymour, an English professor and true southern gentleman.┬á They are seemingly polar opposites, yet magnetically drawn together and in love for more than fourteen years. As they prepare to relocate to Charleston, S.C., Olivia,... Continue Reading →

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