Category Archives: Nonfiction

The Reason I Jump: An Insight into the Autistic Mind

The spectrum of mental disorders is vast and growing. New disorders are being diagnosed with such regularity it’s hard to keep up. For those not struggling it may feel impossible to understand exactly what it’s like to have any of … Continue reading

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Day 7 – Live What You Love: The Blanchard’s Story Of Finding A Life To Live Their Dreams

This week has been a week of returning to old favorites, and it has been a surprisingly nice journey. I’m usually not one to reread many books as there are far too many new books to read, but I think … Continue reading

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Day 3 – The War of Art: How to Tell Yourself to Get Out of The Way

In a captivating blend of spirituality, psychology, and logic Steven Pressfield discusses a problem plaguing the world today. Everyone who feels like there is a hole in their life, a midlife crisis around the corner, or a deep level of … Continue reading

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Day 2 – American Gun: A History of The U.S. in Ten Firearms

This was a fascinating book for me. Growing up neither of my parents were gun people and we never had a gun in our home. Living in the backwoods of Vermont, there wasn’t a lot of worry about someone breaking … Continue reading

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10 – The Tipping Point: How to Understand the Conundrum of Social Epidemics

Have you ever wondered why certain things become trends while others fall away into forgotten oblivion? Or why you remember certain children’s TV shows so well while completely forgetting others? The truth is there are several factors involved in answering … Continue reading

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6 – On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

“How do I become a writer?” Every author and aspiring author asks themselves this question at some point in their life. Sometimes they vocalize their query and sometimes not. Those who don’t may give it some thought or determine a … Continue reading

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To Those People Searching for the Elusive Genius Hiding in the Corner

How many of you have tried to create something, worked until your brain was bleeding from the effort of doing your best, and finished it feeling like there was something missing, like some piece of inspiration had forgotten to show … Continue reading

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