A war hero and a philanthropist, or a bully and a misogynist – there are many versions of the enigmatic author.
A heart-wrenching but deeply funny and ultimately uplifting story of family, love, loyalty, and hope, The Art of Racing in the Rain is a beautifully crafted and captivating look at the wonders and absurdities of human life . . . as only a dog could tell it.
Embed from Getty Images Fiction by Steve Jaeger, based on actual events that took place in France in 1944. — At fifteen, Gaspar Fournier had as much military experience as any of his fellow Marquis. Very few people even knew Gaspar by his real name. To most people he was known as Le Bec. He…
That’s entertainment! Steven Lake asks, “What’s the point?” if it isolates you and your loved one.
An exclusive sneak peek at the new novel from best-selling author Cooper S. Beckett!
A story of a father navigating his daughter’s grief over her pet and his own grief over his marriage.
Star Wars is a story that gives us some powerful lessons. Sometimes the weakest leaders can teach us the most.
When the race relations portrayed in a book written more than 50 years ago are still all too familiar, it can be a wake-up call. — Books that deal with alternative histories may be one of the most under-appreciated genres. The phrase “oldie but goodie” is definitely an apt description for my latest read, The…
“The last thing Salim Khan saw in his brief life was a millisecond of a blinding flash of light and a loud bang as he detonated the four pounds of plastique in his backpack.” Fiction by Steve Jaeger.
Jesse Kornbluth on the metaphorical masterpiece that is Todd Walton’s Inside Moves.
Want to expand your mind and grow your potential? These practical ideas will show you how
Quentin Lucas tells a short story to show how poor thinking can happen to any of us.
“These things can be explained: the weeping icons, the bleeding statues, the healing of disease, the aberrations of sun and sky and light, the apparitions of Jesus and Mary and Springsteen.” By Andrew Roe
Jesse Kornbluth reviews Seth Greenland’s novel, “I Regret Everything”.
“There are no Asian movie stars” – Aaron Sorkin
We fear the unaffiliated terrorist, the lone wolf who looks like us, lives in our neighborhoods and waits for an opportunity to kill us. It was simpler in the old days, and simplest of all in “Rogue Male,” the story of a man who decides to kill the biggest target in the world. Jesse Kornbluth reviews.