Audiobook Review: True Crime Stories Volume 8: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases by Jack Rosewood, narrated by Kevin Kollins

Synopsis: In this gruesome true crime anthology you will read about twelve true crime stories that baffled investigators and continue to draw interest among the public due to their shocking details. From tragic cases of spousal murder to tragic cases of child murder, this true crime book will surely keep your attention. Three cases of … Continue reading Audiobook Review: True Crime Stories Volume 8: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases by Jack Rosewood, narrated by Kevin Kollins

Review: Beta – Quiet Girls Can Run The World by Rebecca Holman

Synopsis: What does success look like? 5AM conference calls and late nights in the office? Winning every argument in the office and always getting your own way? What does a successful woman look like? The shoulder-pad wearing Alpha? The dogmatist who rules with an iron fist? The reality is far more nuanced. Yet women are … Continue reading Review: Beta – Quiet Girls Can Run The World by Rebecca Holman

Review: The Courage of a Samurai: Seven Sword-Sharp Principles for Success by Lori Tsugawa Whaley

Synopsis: Are you concerned about the direction our society seems to be taking? Do you feel concern not only for yourself, but also for younger generations such as your children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren? Is it your desire to leave this earth a better place because of you and your contributions? Life is full of … Continue reading Review: The Courage of a Samurai: Seven Sword-Sharp Principles for Success by Lori Tsugawa Whaley

Review: Rotherweird by Andrew Caldecott

Synopsis:  The town of Rotherweird stands alone – there are no guidebooks, despite the fascinating and diverse architectural styles cramming the narrow streets, the avant garde science and offbeat customs. Cast adrift from the rest of England by Elizabeth I, Rotherweird's independence is subject to one disturbing condition: nobody, but nobody, studies the town or … Continue reading Review: Rotherweird by Andrew Caldecott