Sex, Love & Cops

Biography: Sex, Love & Cops Wendy Wilkins

February 4, 2021 admin 0

Actress and writer Wendy Wilkins’ memoir, Sex, Love & Cops, follows Wilkins’ story as she joins the police force as a naive 20-year-old cop in Melbourne, Australia. The book includes many firsts: her first arrest, murder, dead body, love, cop culture and a #metoo moment. The good, the bad and the ugly of life as a cop in Melbourne Australia, in the late 1980s and early 1990s. A fast-paced and entertaining read with some wonderful […]

Killing women

Non-Fiction: Killing Women: The True Story of Serial Killer Don Miller’s Reign of Terror by Rod Sadler

September 23, 2020 admin 0

Don Miller was quiet and reserved. As a former youth pastor, he seemed a devout Christian. No one would have ever suspected that the recent graduate of the Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice was a serial killer. But when Miller was arrested for the attempted murder of two teenagers in 1978, police quickly realized he was probably responsible for the disappearances of four women. Offered a still-controversial plea bargain, he led police to […]

Dennis W.C. Wong

Biography: The Apricot Outlook of Katherine Koon Hung Wong by Dennis W.C. Wong

August 10, 2020 admin 0

The Apricot Outlook of Katherine Koon Hung Wong is a hopeful look on an author’s journey of rediscovering his roots. Highlighting the author’s aspirations and efforts to reconnect with his Chinese genealogy, the title of Dennis W.C. Wong’s first book comes from the author’s mother Katherine’s Chinese middle name “Koon Hung,” which means outlook apricot. Upon hearing, recording, and sharing his mother’s stories, author Wong went on a trip to China to explore the roots […]

Biography: Girl, Wasted by Brittany Taltos

July 22, 2020 admin 0

Brittany Taltos, who appeared on Jersey Shore and The Bachelor Pad, releases her memoir, Girl, Wasted. The book exposes the grainy details of her alcohol addiction. Girl, Wasted reveals specifics behind Taltos’ experiences with reality television. She describes alcohol’s influence on her decision-making throughout filming. In the chapter, “A Drunken Situation,” she discusses the truth behind her alcohol-fueled hookups with Mike the Situation. The following chapter, “Bachelor Pad Blackout,” examines her relationship with alcohol throughout […]

Mary Tyler Moore

Biography: Mary: The Mary Tyler Moore Story by Herbie J. Pilato

July 20, 2020 admin 1

Mary: The Mary Tyler Moore Story by Herbie J. Pilato is an in-depth biography of the iconic actress who first found fame on the 1960s TV sitcom, The Dick Van Dyke Show and in her own groundbreaking 1970s series, The Mary Tyler Moore Show which will celebrate its 50th anniversary September 2020. “It was a remarkable series that starred a remarkable person,” says author Pilato, who is also host of the classic TV talk show, Then […]

Too Much and Never Enough

Trump Tell-All Gets Go Ahead

July 2, 2020 News Editor 0

One can almost see the tweeted protests now. A tell-all book written by Trump presidential niece Mary Trump has been given a green light by a New York court. From the New York Times: A New York appellate judge ruled on Wednesday that the publisher Simon & Schuster could go ahead with its plans to release a tell-all book by Mary L. Trump, the niece of President Trump, reversing a lower court’s decision from this […]

Boarding School Dropout

Biography: Boarding School Bastard by Alan Sharavsky

June 18, 2020 admin 0

Alan Sharavsky, author of Boarding School Bastard, has written a memoir about childhood in an orphanage for fatherless boys. It’s the true story of childhood in an orphanage for fatherless boys. Overcoming abuse, anti-Semitism, bullying and fear through friendship, creativity and laughter To preserve my history of institutional abuse, I decided to tell my story. I wrote a memoir in the style of a novel, because my childhood was so different from my adult life.” […]

A Saint's Letters

Non-Fiction: A Saint’s Letters from the Depths of Hell by Ralph Vincent Morales

May 7, 2020 admin 1

Getting to know 19-year-old Marine Vincent Benore “Saint” Santaniello, who died in Vietnam in March 1968, took a series of events for the nephew that Vinnie never knew: New York native, Ralph Vincent Morales. First, the July 2002 death of Ralph’s mother and Vinnie’s older sister and best friend, led him to find dozens of letters that Vinnie had written to Lilly during his tour in Vietnam in 1967-68. Then, he underwent years of research […]

Simply Amazing Women

This Just In: Simply Amazing Women by K.C. Armstrong

April 21, 2020 admin 0

In a quest to entertain and uplift readers in the midst of self-isolation and uncertainty, K. C. Armstrong, host and CEO of WMAP Radio (“World’s Most Amazing People”) says he will be releasing his second book of favorite interviews on May 1, 2020. Simply Amazing Women, like its bestselling predecessor Simply Amazing Special Author’s Edition, is a non-fiction book that assures readers that we are stronger and more resilient than we sometimes think. The 13 […]

Front Row at the Trump Show

Biography: Front Row at the Trump Show by Jonathan Karl

April 14, 2020 News Editor 0

Since very early in his own career, distinguished journalist Jonathan Karl has had unique and frequent access to current American president Donald Trump. In Front Row at the Trump Show (Dutton) Karl paints what feels like a balanced portrait of this Commander-in-Chief, yet it still leaves us fearing for the future. “This book is about what it is like to be in the front row at the Trump show,” Karl writes, “to be taunted by […]