From Wish Lists to Real Life | Self-Help Reviews

If asked what one desires most out of life, many would say meaning and happiness. The books reviewed here will help readers along that path, offering lessons in spiritual adventures and ways to worry less.

Blended Families, Talking to Kids About Religion, Solutions for Allergies, & More | Parenting Reviews, May 15, 2015

Hope for any reader unsure of how to navigate a new familial structure, advice for improving impulse control and organization, discussions on religion from a nonreligious perspective, an essential Allergy Book that addresses the most timely of concerns

Xpress Reviews: Nonfiction | First Look at New Books, December 20, 2013

An addictive read about exploring, National Geographic photographs, a new work on Junipero Serra, a concise look at Common Core Standards, The Geek’s Guide to Dating, the contributions of George Washington, a look at divorce

Best Books 2012: Memoir

Busch, Benjamin. Dust to Dust. Ecco: HarperCollins. ISBN 9780062014849. $25.95; eISBN  9780062096784. Busch addresses the sustaining value of art in the face of life and death from the perspective of one who has been to war. (LJ 3/1/12) Cusk, Rachel. Aftermath: On Marriage and Separation. Farrar. ISBN 9780374102135. $23; eISBN 9781466820180. This memoir is full of […]