Review- “Real Artists Don’t Starve” by Jeff Goins

If you read "Real Artists Don’t Starve" expecting it to give you a blueprint on exactly what to do, you will be disappointed. That is not the point of a book like this. The premise behind Real Artists Don’t Starve is that each person has their own creative journey and you need motivation to turn … Continue reading Review- “Real Artists Don’t Starve” by Jeff Goins

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Portraits of Death by Greg Ryan- A Review

Author Description: Portrait of Death is the first in a brand new series and is a fast paced dramatic thriller. This is a new and different take that separates itself from other serial killer books.   Portraits of Death is a thriller about a woman who takes up murder as a means to create art. … Continue reading Portraits of Death by Greg Ryan- A Review

The Matrix: An Intriguing Look Into the Centuries of the Past

The Matrix of Western Culture: Perspectives on History, the Arts, and Ideas by Arthur Wenk   According to his bio, Arthur Wenk has been a jack-of-all trades in the academic world. He has been a musicologist, calculus teacher, and psychotherapist. He has written several books and public lectures ranging from a detective book series featuring … Continue reading The Matrix: An Intriguing Look Into the Centuries of the Past

American History: History of the United States… by Andrew White

Being as I am currently studying history, I thought my first review back should be a history book. I was a little shocked to find this book was so short, especially considering the author claims you will learn everything you ever wanted to know about the major points of American history. I didn't believe this … Continue reading American History: History of the United States… by Andrew White