Oil and Water DO Mix


The persistent economic issues of developing countries have perplexed experts for decades. Concerns about, why have the oil and gas riches in Africa not lead to economic development? About 790 million people lack access to an improved water supply in the world, what is the solution to this? How can developing countries protect their people … Read more

Double Blind: The Icelandic Manuscript Murders Is The Book You Should Be Reading Now


Double Blind: The Icelandic Manuscript Murders by Sara Winokur was recently released. This hot new mystery novel has us wishing we could jump in the pages and live in Iceland, solve cold cases, and walk in main charecter, Brynja, shoes. This novel keeps you guessing throughout the interwoven story line. We wanted to learn more … Read more

Stay Connected During Social Distancing by Reading


Are you missing your friends and family while stuck inside due to covid19? Lots of people are desperate to reconnect with the world in this time of isolation. We have a perfect enjoyable activity everyone can do together to stay in touch, read! Reading can be a great communal activity that everyone can enjoy together. … Read more

The Org by Scott Brody is a Timely Novel Facing Today’s Political Climate

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The Org, a political thriller is the perfect read as the USA faces its next presidential election. Author Scott Brody loosely bases The Org off his own experiences in a political cult. We had to learn more about this soon-to-be-released story:  Tell me about The Org from your point of view. Set in the near … Read more

Why You Should be Reviewing Books on NetGalley


Do you enjoy writing reviews or blogging about new releases? Maybe you’re an educator, librarian, bookseller, or journalist that deals with books daily. If this is you and you aren’t using NetGalley, you are severely missing out.   NetGalley is the ultimate tool in helping book influencers discover soon-to-be-released titles.  That’s right, you can actually … Read more