Motivational Book By Constance Vincent PhD

Karma In Action: Finding Meaning, Making Choices by Constance Vincent PhD The Western world has a mistaken notion of karma’s true nature. Karma is generally thought of as a religious term, signifying reward or judgment for a person’s deeds. But this isn’t the case. As author Constance L. Vincent, PhD,… Continue reading

Alzheimer’s Disease (Dementia) Book By Constance Vincent PhD

Not Going Gently: A Psychologist Fights Back against Alzheimer’s for Her Mother. . .and Perhaps Herself by Constance Vincent PhD A poignant mother-daughter memoir, Not Going Gently fuses story and science together into a unique book. Constance L. Vincent, PhD, shares her mother’s personal experience living with Alzheimer’s, intertwined with… Continue reading

Constance Vincent’s Books

Not Going Gently: A Psychologist Fights Back against Alzheimer’s for Her Mother. . .and Perhaps Herself by Constance Vincent PhD A poignant mother-daughter memoir, Not Going Gently fuses story and science together into a unique book. Constance L. Vincent, PhD, shares her mother’s personal experience living with Alzheimer’s, intertwined with… Continue reading

Dark Humor, Fiction Satire by Timothy Reinhardt

Jesus’s Brother James by Timothy Reinhardt Life can be challenging and overwhelming. After finding his wife in bed with another man, Mike meets the mysterious Father Coady, who promptly shoots him in the head (accidentally). When Mike wakes up in the hospital, he’s introduced to Jesus’s little-known brother, James, who… Continue reading

Adult Satire by Jay Dubya

Fractured Frazzled Folk Fables and Fairy Farces by Jay Dubja Fractured Frazzled Folk Fables and Fairy Farces is adult literature that satirizes classic children’s folk tales, fables and fairy tales into more mature presentations featuring adult language, content and humor. Author Jay Dubya goes right to work retelling Aesop’s Fables… Continue reading

Timothy Reinhardt’s Books

Jesus’s Brother James by Timothy Reinhardt Life can be challenging and overwhelming. After finding his wife in bed with another man, Mike meets the mysterious Father Coady, who promptly shoots him in the head (accidentally). When Mike wakes up in the hospital, he’s introduced to Jesus’s little-known brother, James, who… Continue reading

Hawthorne: Hacked, Shakespeare: Sacked & Thurber: Thwacked by Jay Dubya

Hawthorne Hacked, Shakespeare Sacked & Thurber Thwacked is a cleverly-organized book that effectively satirizes some of the main works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, of William Shakespeare and of American humorist James Thurber, and the creative compilation is author Jay Dubya’s 52nd published hardcover/paperback publication. In the Nathaniel Hawthorne section, Jay Dubya… Continue reading

Mythology/ Short Story Fiction by Jay Dubya

Mythology/ Short Story Fiction by Jay Dubya Modern Mythology by Jay Dubya Modern Mythology is a collection of fifteen imaginative stories having mythological themes and also possessing interesting mythological allusions and characters. Humor is represented in “Olympus Lives” and in “Olympus Lives, Part II.” Anachronism is depicted in the stories… Continue reading

Justice In America: How It Works – How It Fails by Russell Moran

From Kirkus Review: The goddess of justice is blind—and deaf and very often dumb—according to this savvy critique of the American legal system. Moran, a lawyer, journalist and founding editor of The New York Jury Verdict Reporter, knows firsthand the problems that plague American jurisprudence, and isn’t afraid to point… Continue reading