My thoughts and a short review of my favorite book, and a comparison of the book to the movie of the same name.
The late Maya Angelou was a poetaster, who dabbled in the writing of essays, songs, and plays. She made her way from prostitute to professor to world-wide, beloved star on little writing talent.
A moving and shocking insight into Thai society, and the sex trade that has become one of its biggest attractions.
I truly enjoyed reading the book Chicken Soup for the Soul Find Your Inner Strength. It is enlightening, empowering & encouraging. If you are unfamiliar with this book, learn more about it here.
Huguette Clark, an incalculable heiress and a “a shy ten-year-old throughout her life,” may be one of history’s most fascinating enigmas of all time, and this book a labyrinth of her many riddles.
Historians have offered many theories to explain what could drive Alexander the Great to so rapidly conquer much of the known world. Some suggest Alexander was an idealistic visionary who sought to unite the world, helping men of all races and religions live in peace and harmony. Others argue that...
This is the story of hardships and heartbreaks that Joseka faced, but most of all the victories she saw in war-torn Yugoslavia. She knew the Source of strength.
That I happened to be a son to this father came to have little meaning for me. I feel we could have just as easily ended up playing these roles with completely different partners.
You may be familiar with Steven Curtis Chapman, the awarding winning Christian singer, musician and songwriter, but are you acquainted with his wife Mary Beth Chapman (who interestingly was also born with the last name Chapman)? Mary Beth has...
From her birth in 1915 to her death in 2008, Tasha Tudor wrote and/or illustrated 100 children's books. But she lived in 1830. How can that be? Allow me to share with you her special story.