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Evolution on Trial by Anonymous

Evolution on Trial by Anonymous

Although many academics and scholars would argue that the debate over evolutionary theory is over, there are also those who believe that the revolutionary theory should still be questioned. In the aptly named Evolution on Trial, the book’s anonymous author presents the case for both sides, and does so with strongly stated non-bias. However, it becomes apparent within the first ... Read More »

Review: Always Picked Last by Kevin Kearns

Always Picked Last by Kevin Kearns

★★★★ Most authors write in order to tell a story that is bottled up inside – whether it is fiction or not. In many cases, the story they need to tell is some version of their own life, because they believe that it will be interesting, helpful, or even cathartic – both to readers and themselves. In Always Picked Last, ... Read More »

Review: How To Reverse World Recession by Dr. Niaz Ahmed Khan

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★★★ How To Reverse World Recession by Dr. Niaz Ahmed Khan is an ambitious and unique vision of the future. For readers who are experienced or interested in tax law, banking, governmental activities, economics, poverty conditions, and a dozen other major issues affecting the world today, this bold new book from Dr. Niaz Ahmed Khan will be nothing short of ... Read More »

Review: Miss Matched At Midlife by Rebecca Brockway

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★★★★★ For women of a certain age the prospect of dating can be social whirl of a nightmare. But when Rebecca Brockway found herself single in her 40s, she documented her next decade of dating experiences in a humorous memoir, “Miss Matched At Midlife” with a positively can-do attitude. After her marriage of 17 years ended with four kids in ... Read More »

Review: Strangers I Have Known by Melissa Kotler Schwartz

Strangers I Have Known by Melissa Schwartz

★★★★★ When people think back on the story of their lives, the “main characters” are typically family members, friends, lovers, children, co-workers and the myriad other people who receive Christmas cards or occasional texts. However, a large portion of our time as human beings consists of interactions with strangers. In Strangers I Have Known by Melissa Kotler Schwartz, the author ... Read More »

The Air Force’s Black Ceiling by Ivan Thompson

The Air Force's Black Curtain by Ivan Thompson

The basic premise of The Air Force’s Black Ceiling is startling all by itself – that there is systemically programmed racism in the United States Air Force that keeps African-American servicemen from rising in the ranks. With this as the stated phenomenon that the author is seeking to explore, Ivan Thompson delves deeply into the history of this particular military ... Read More »

Review: CBT Worksheets for Anxiety by Dr. James Manning and Dr. Nicola Ridgeway

CBT Worksheets for Anxiety (Adult Edition)

★★★★ “CBT,” short for “cognitive-behavioral therapy,” is a type of psychological therapy designed to alleviate anxiety, depression, and related or co-morbid disorders and issues. It is an action-oriented approach that asks those undertaking it to work towards goals and actively “reprogram” themselves away from bad habits and into healthier mind-frames. It is currently considered one of the most effective approaches ... Read More »