James Lawler’s novel, In the Twinkling of an Eye, takes readers on a heart pounding, thrilling journey. I always say that writers write what they know. This espionage thriller fits right into that statement. Filled with several compelling themes, the novel focuses on a Russian-North Korean conspiracy to develop a devastating biological weapon for assassination, terror, and genocide. James Lawler, the author, is a senior CIA operations officer who has spent his career battling the spread of weapons of mass destruction.
Koen Blanquart’s new book, The Suitcase Office, is an essential read for every working professional in 2022 and beyond. Intensely relevant, the book demonstrates how companies and managers can set up their operations to ensure everything is managed efficiently and effectively, even in a transnational context.
Today’s Book of the Day is Travel Now Kids, and I absolutely loved this story. There are so many books that share the wonders of travel – but few share it in a context that children will understand and appreciate. Children need to understand the value and beauty of travel, and this book allows them to do just that.
If you are looking for a new romance novel, this is the place to start. Check out these four books where enemies become lovers, and hesitance leads to passion. Summer reading season is still here, so keep enjoying the hot weather with these even hotter indie romance recommendations.
Author Brian Herman follows up his groundbreaking novel, One Rainy Season in Yunnan, with another instant classic. University Gossip is a fascinating work of fiction that serves as a response to the changing American ethos.
L.M. Connolly MS DVM spent twenty-six years as an associate veterinarian at a private practice. It’s a career filled with compassion fatigue, depression, suicide, and struggle. Learn more about Dr. Connolly and the inspiration behind her captivating story through our discussion.
Tiana Woolridge’s debut children’s book, All the Wave, is an instant hit that shares meaningful lessons about family the unbreakable bond between siblings.
The Disease is a fascinating autobiography that tells a story of fortitude, determination, resilience, and courage. When he was just 24 years old, Johnny P. Harmon contracted leprosy and was sent to the National Leprosarium, a prison-like facility in Carville, Louisiana. For some, this would have been catastrophic. But for Johnny, it was an opportunity to build a unique and fascinating new life.
Portersville is a novel that takes readers back the late 19th century and early 20th century on an ambitious journey along the southwest Alabama coast.