I read and enjoyed M. J. Rose’s series of non-sequential books “The Reincarnationist”. I recently had an opportunity to ask her a few questions
FBI agent Lucian Glass is investigating an art collector who is destroying expensive masterpieces and becomes involved in a strange case of hostage negotiation. While working the case, Lucian goes undercover at the Phoenix Foundation and discovers he has flashbacks of past life experiences.
Stefan Merill Block wrote The Storm at the Door” which I found fascinating. Mr. Block was kind enough to answer my questions with thought provoking responses
When Frederick Merill leaves his wife Katharine and children to fight in WWII everything seems to be fine. however over the years Frederick starts to change
White “The Memorist” is a bit slower than the previous novel, I thought the story was more interesting, the characters are more fleshed out
This week we celebrated the birthday of Anne Morrow Lindbergh. Besides being the wife of the famous aviator, she was an accomplished woman in her own right
Israeli art restorers/ spy Gabriel Allon is called one more time into service to investigate the mysterious murder of his friend Benjamin Stern
While on an assignment in Rome, photojournalist Josh Ryder experiences strange feelings of déjà vu and strange memories of a previous life.
While researching this post I noticed how lacking literature is when it comes to fathers. Even the “manly” novels don’t pay respect to the role fathers play
Last night, while “flutzing” around I discovered a link to the free audio download of “Go the F—k to Sleep” by Adam Mansbach (website | book website) narrated by Samuel L. Jackson. This is a short book, much like the good night books you read your kids and the audio lasts about six minutes. Buy & Save on “Go the F–k to Sleep” through the ManOfLaBook affiliate account on: Amazon |Book Depository US | Book Depository UK My wife and I were laughing the whole way through. If it were up to us Mr. Jackson would receive an Grammy for his reading. In “Go the F—k to Sleep”. Adam Mansbach basically writes down what every parent thinks but never said (“Bullshit, I know you’re not thirsty”). While I love reading books to my kids before bed, I despise the whole night time routine. It seems that we move from one fight to the next until they are finally in bed. Correction, until at least the youngest (4) is finally in bed. G-d forbid that his older sister, six going on sixteen and wise beyond her years, will go to bed until she has a 30 minute buffer – tired or…