By showing us a world from which mothers are largely absent, Mary Shelley reminds us that the genius of motherhood lies less in biological reproduction than in the capacity to love.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie presents another insightful, and highly readable, essay by a remarkably gifted author.
So good you’ll want to read it more than once!
In Holiday’s words, “Don’t just make it. Make it happen.”
This book serves as a reminder that we’re all human.
I now know… what it’s like to have a vision inside of you, and to try to make it real in the world.
“Men don’t read,” the saying goes. But of course they do! Add your comment, suggestion, and story.
Dann Alexander believes that writers can teach us great lessons on life.
Reading I Have a Voice will inspire you to show up fully, be seen, and live your life to the fullest.
Eric Franklin’s Peanut Butter Principles is an eminently readable book that contains terrific nuggets of wisdom for parents and children alike.
Father Ethan Bryan says – Super Heroes Are For Real.
If you haven’t found your passion yet, here’s how to get on that horse and ride it like a cowboy.
Relationships have ended over distance, but it doesn’t have to end your relationship.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews Graham Greene: The End Of An Affair.
Vani Rao and Sandeep Vaishnavi on what we need to know about people who’ve dealt and are dealing with traumatic brain injury.
THE SILENT END will have you rooting for these three unlikely heroes as they battle monsters, town bullies, and teachers who expect homework done on time.