Could there be more to learn about kindness than we already know? Shaunti Feldhahn removes the "kindness blindness" and reveals insightful perspectives in The Kindness Challenge.
Saving the World by Changing the Past: ‘Wayward World’ Book Review of a libertarian science fiction timetwisting, telepathing, wormholing romp through history.
Rebutting and reviewing chapter three of Christian Apologist Mark Mittelberg's book The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask (With Answers). In this chapter: the reliability of the Bible.
Synopsis, book analysis, interesting book group/club discussion questions and research.
People decide to make a change because they're inspired to achieve more or they're desperate to improve their situation. Author, Jim Rohn, shares insight on how to make changes that work.
Down and Out in Paris and London was George Orwell's first book. He wanted to experience poverty at first hand so chose two great cities for his experiment. It's still of relevance today.
Essay including quotes - In the novel "To Kill A Mockingbird", Harper Lee shows the terrible effects that prejudice has on people.
Reviewing and rebutting Chapter Two of Christian author Mark Mittelberg's The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask (With Answers). An atheist addresses Christian apologetics.
My review of "Author Anonymous" By E.K. Blair.
The Agony Aunt of Literature presents: 'The Queen of the Tearling' by Erika Johansen, Copyright 2014