Our Goodreads Book Giveaway has Ended Thomas Hardy Was an Optimist by Circa24 Giveaway ended on December 01, 2023, World AIDS day. See the giveaway details at Goodreads.
Remember, Alisha Strongbow is a Med-Gen and familiar with primary diagnoses. She also knows Garry and what he is capable of—both the good and the dark side. Not all psychopaths fit the stereotype of evil ax murderers. Many individuals with antisocial personality traits thrive in society without crossing legal boundaries or resorting to violence. TheseContinue reading “Why does Alisha Strongbow call Garry Aster a “psychopath?””
My journey with ‘Silent Consent’ began during a challenging time in my life when someone close to me was undergoing physical rehabilitation. The daily commute to the rehabilitation center, involving two hours of train and bus rides three times a week, provided time for solitude and reflection. During one of these commutes, I crafted aContinue reading “What Prompted the Writing of Silent Consent?”
I enjoy these when I get bored, but they also drive me nuts when I can’t find those last two words. Download it, try you hand at the word search, and avoid the temptation to stab the thing. I will publish the solution at Prairie House Gallery and Books the end of next week.
Lovely Girls by Margot Hunt The book would make a great movie. The bully characters are disturbing and very believable, as are the targets of the bullying. The author has done her homework and understands the dehumanizing nature of bullying and social exclusion. The story could easily have descended into horror, but the author keptContinue reading “Margot Hunt’s Lonely Girls is one of the best reads I’ve had this year.”
Between August 28 and Sept 9, 2023, we gave away 100 copies of Silent Consent in a Goodreads Giveaway promotion. We thank all of you who entered and hope you enjoyed the book If you don’t have a Goodreads account, you’re missing out on some great deals.
Every day products, such as phthalates (a plastic softener) effect fertility. These compounds are also found in many air fresheners, cosmetics and many fragranced products. Bisphenols alter estrogen levels and also can interfere with fertility, as can many pesticides and flame retardants. As a result, we can see reduced fertility not just in humans butContinue reading “Chemicals in Everyday Products Link to Infertility”
Plastics have built modern civilization over the past century, but the price of that wonder may be higher than we thought. Minimata disease, caused by the mercury used to make PVCs, was an early warning that something was amiss. More recently, we learned how exposure to plastics can alter our physiology. PVC and PUR productsContinue reading “Microplastics and Male Fertility”
Should we always endure a silenced heart?
-by Ptera Hunter Among the best responses that I have seen to date about the recent mashugana decision by the Tennessee School Board to ban a book about the holocaust (because a cartoon mouse shows a breast) comes from graphic artist Ruben Bolling (a.k.a., Tom the Dancing Bug.) One of Mr. Bolling’s most recent parodies,Continue reading “Kudos to a Great Graphic Artist Rubin Bolling: Alternative MAUS Hits Home”