Let’s face it. Many people want to write a book, but either do not have the time or writing skills to go about it themselves.
The answer: Hire a ghostwriter. It may sound easy because you have many to choose from these days. … Read more
by LiveTrue Book Reviewer Melanie Davis
The Introduction to Unheralded Heroesasks, “Are heroes made or do they just become one?” From that question, Thomas van Hees weaves a fascinating book filled with names and stories of those whose actions have qualified them for the title of “hero.” In the course of telling their stories, the question is resolved…and the answer is: both.… Read more
by Rose Parker
At moments, An End to Suffering: The Buddha in the World by seems to be two books disguised as one. The main thread of the narrative follows the development of Buddhism, with an eye to interactions between East and West.… Read more
There are scads of nonfiction books out there on the happiness topic. Then there are the “Who’s Happier” studies the media loves to talk about. Earlier this month Good Morning America joined the collection of television and print media with what it says is a “hot button question:” Who is happier, parents or non-parents?… Read more