Category Archives: book reviews

An empathic civilization? You’ve got to be kidding

As a writer I do a lot of reading. I also review books.  Jeremy Rifkin’s The Empathic Civilization: The Race to Global Consciousness in a World in Crisis, is an important book that, in these days where there is so much … Continue reading

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Hana’s Cube Adventure

  I don’t know about you, but I like adventure stories, especially ones where I learn something new, like “What is a cube?” What is a cube, anyway, and what can you do or make with a cube? In this … Continue reading

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Being an author and a book reviewer

Can an author be both? “What a silly question!” you say. Well, yes, it is, except when one does both and has books listed with Amazon. Every once in a while it seems to occur to someone there that they … Continue reading

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A writer’s life

Yep, a writer sits at his machine, thinks, then puts words down on paper, hoping that, when finished, the effort will be worthwhile. Hopefully, someone will like what he or she has written. Perhaps a crowd of someones will. The … Continue reading

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