Tag Archives: non-fiction

A Father Son Rivalry — Review of the Build

I’ll just come right out and say it. Paul Teutul Jr. and His father have what many will call a father-son rivalry. Both believe they’re right, and yet we only get one side of the story. And here in The Build by … Continue reading

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10 Titles for Potential Non-Fiction Bestsellers

The Following is a list of title free for the taking. Add some of yours and share with the world to steal!   Zen Hoboism How to Eat Tofu Without Gagging Master the Art of Slicing Bread! Sugar is Not … Continue reading

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Review of Golem Legend: Origins and Implications (Non-Fiction, 1985)

A very concise and simple book explaining the historical origins of the Jewish legend of the Golem. Two main messages Byron creates are thus as follows: 1) Thru language we are able to express our creation 2) There is a … Continue reading

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Sam

Her name was Sam. At least that’s what I would have named her from afar. It didn’t matter what she called herself. She was real. Petite too; 5’5″ and barely scratching a hundred pounds. She reminded me of a bopper … Continue reading

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