Jane Roberts’ Seth Speaks was a blockbuster of a book, written by a housewife without a literary reputation or academic credentials. See below for a fascinating video interview with the housewife whose work fascinated both mainstream psychologists and hippie mystics.Here are some quotes from it: Continue reading
“Buddhism and Relationships”….an association of two terms that are not often thought of in the same breath! With “The Four Noble Truths of Relationships,” Susan Piver has given us a fascinating look at modern day relationships in the light of Buddhist scripture and thought. Continue reading
New Cold War? “Not since the days of Ronald Reagan has Russia played such a prominent role in US political life. After Donald Trump’s shock victory – greeted in the Russian parliament with cheers and champagne – came accusations of Russian meddling in the US electoral process…” Continue reading
Amazon Authors Beware…Richard Mulder’s experience on Amazon is something that many published authors may not have experienced. Nonetheless, it can happen to anyone. Continue reading
Books – whether we grew up listening to them be read to us or felt drawn to read them at a young age – have provided us with insights that are not always attainable in a world full of movie-goers and non-readers.. As time goes by, a select number of books have provided not only knowledge, but also inspiration. Continue reading
Do books have a future?
What is the future of books in print?
by Erin French
Ever since the first book was printed in 1455 by Johannes Gutenberg, the printed word has been celebrated by book-lovers and non-book-lovers alike. But with the progression of the internet today, the future of books in print has been a major subject to consider. Continue reading
“Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and a Culture in Crisis by J.D. Vance, the Yale Law School graduate who grew up in the poverty and chaos of an Appalachian clan. The book is an American classic…” Continue reading
Frozen Memories by Cody Lasseter
I park my car across from the house, looking for any signs of movement, but all the lights are off and the lawn is overgrown. Taking one last drag from my cigarette, I step out of the car and pull my hood over my head. I toss the cigarette on the cool ground, letting the raindrops extinguish it. I step in between the potholes on the old paved road, all of which are filled with water. My stomach drops as I reach the driveway, and I realize that the old tire swing isn’t in the big oak tree anymore. Continue reading
Authors sell your book to libraries, says book marketing guru Steve Harrison. It can be very profitable for both parties. The libraries get the content they need and you can actually boost your Amazon sales through selling your book to libraries….especially Ebooks! Continue reading