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LuLu
I appreciate books of all genres, but my main squeeze is fiction. Depending on my mood it could be romance or suspense; lately I’ve been courting fantasy. When I don’t have my nose in a book, I am locating tasty paleo recipes, writing in-coherent poetry, and crafting with paper.
In a conversational style-type interview, Douglas Abrams facilitates and narrates the unprecedented event of two men coming together as spiritual leaders and friends, to discuss a topic relatable to a…
Heralded as a crossover between The Lunar Chronicles and The Walking Dead, author M.P. Kozlowsky definitely delivers in the dystopian/fantasy mash-up that the masses seem to be gravitat…
Author Jordan Sonnenblick once again delivers a beautifully endearing novel about the struggles of growing up, and the increasing difficulty of doing so in the midst of a crisis in Falling Over S…
If you enjoyed acclaimed YA author Sharon Cameron's Rook, you'll no doubt be just as pleased with her latest novel, The Forgetting. Though the setting differs, the plot and protagoni…
Yay! A fantasy novel about fairies. It's going to be so magical! Nay! Faeries and their Gray land have never been more demented or creepy than in Peadar O'Gullin's The Call. How in the world did …
A fantastic, if a bit flawed, debut novel by teen author Helena Coggan. The Catalyst has fellowship fantasy, a dose of dystopian, mystery, and suspenseful action for a YA read that will attr…
More Margo Maloo please! That's exactly what readers will be saying after encountering The Creepy Case Files of Margo Maloo by Drew Weing. Adolescent Charles Thompson is none too pleased.…
YA author Caroline Tung Richmond, follows up her 2014 debut novel, The Only Thing to Fear, with stunner The Darkest Hour. Like her previous novel, Richmond uses the Nazi reign and a strong f…
Don't be misled, though written by Senior Scholar in-Residence and Ambassador of Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Stephen Cope, The Great Work of Your Life: A Guide for the Journey to Your Tru…
A prolific and illuminating edification on the life of Gandhi and his incredible display of exemplifying non-violent behavior, to inspire liberation not only within South Africa and India, but the wor…
Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World is a revealing and harmonious campaign for the need of secular ethics. Here, The Dalai Lama shares his reasoning for the requisite of ethics that pe…
Integrally fascinating and conjointly arranged, researcher Brene Brown formulates an adept guide to help those on the path of “wholehearted” living in her book The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go o…