A war hero and a philanthropist, or a bully and a misogynist – there are many versions of the enigmatic author.
Books are intensely personal items. They are interesting in themselves to be sure, but they also bear the marks of their owners.
Eric Hoffer believed in short. Jesse Kornbluth reviews his 168 page book here.
Jesse Kornbluth shares Thich Nhat Hanh’s teachings on how to love and live better.
Kelly Corrigan is very good at what she does – here, Jesse Kornbluth reviews her latest book, “Lift”.
Why are lovers quicker to forgive their partners for infidelity than for leaving dirty dishes in the sink?
Emma Cline’s “The Girls” is a book that perfectly encapsulates the angst and insecurity and sadness of adolescence while transporting the reader back to a time when there wasn’t a mass shooting in the news every other week. Sarah Beauchamp reviews it here.
Jesse Kornbluth takes a look at Paul Coehlo’s “The Alchemist”.
Books, like children, need nurturing, love, and support. Otherwise they don’t do well in the world.
From food and meditation to simply smiling, Dr. Alison Chen has the best fixes for men trying to get healthy (and healthier).
Jesse Kornbluth just finished his novel. Here’s why he owes a lot to Seamus Heaney.
Sometimes you just want to read about LGBTQ characters without busting out a box of tissues.
“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.
New York Times bestselling author Dan Miller explains how he overcame $430k in debt and became a world class author, speaker and coach.
If you’re a writer without a rejection letter, you’re doing something wrong.