The Franklin Cover-Up

In the mid 1980s, a number of children were reportedly abused both physically and sexually in Nebraska. A few years later, the Franklin Credit Union was raided by federal authorities…

Confessions: Fact or Fiction?

Confessions: Fact or Fiction? (Chrysalis Publishing, 2011) is an interesting anthology of short fiction and creative nonfiction by Herta B. Feely (Author) and Marian O’Shea Wernicke (Editor). The main element…

Baseball Player’s Guide To Hitting Like A Pro

In The Baseball Player’s Guide To Hitting Like A Pro, military sports instructor Roy Lingster gives current and aspiring baseball players a crash course in whetting their hitting skills. The…

So You Have a Disease

Every now and then we come across a book that restores our hope for a better time in future and opens our eyes to the treasures around us that we…

Good Trouble

Good Trouble (Pantheon Books, 2018) by Joseph O’Neill’s is a collection of 11 short stories that give glimpses of contemporary life in the developed west. O’Neill seems to steer away…

Plague of Corruption

Last year, a video called “Plandemic” became an overnight sensation on the internet and created panic among the establishment and corporate media networks, causing them to rush to censor and…

See Something Say Nothing

In February 2020, former Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official Philip Haney was found shot to death in Amador County, California. What cost him his life is documented in his…

Worlds Enough: The Invention of Realism in the Victorian Novel

The study of novel in literature and literary history has been of great interest to literary critics. The Victorian novel has been hailed as outstanding in its realism and form…

Skepticism and Language in Early Modern Philosophy

Philosophy buffs generally agree that language didn’t take center stage in philosophical inquiries until the advent of Analytic Philosophy, meaning around the 20th century. But did the grand masters of…

It Wasn’t About Slavery

Slavery and the American Civil War are almost always seen as the cause and effect in the historical perspective. But was the Civil War really about ending slavery in the…

Anxiety: The Inside Story

Fear or apprehension is deeply related to our survival, individually and as a species. In the realm of mental health, fear manifests as anxiety, a powerful force that can derail…

Great Little Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers (2nd Edition)

The second edition of Carolyn Howard-Johnson’s short book Great Little Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers (Loving Healing Press, 2020) is a resource for writers who want to make sure their…