Review of Crazy is My Superpower by AJ Mendez Brooks

Retired WWE champion AJ Mendez Brooks has written a book that is less about her WWE career and much more about her dysfunctional childhood/adolescence. Like her mother, AJ was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder at the age of eighteen. She relates… Read more

Review of The Moon is Broken by Eleanor Craig

The Moon is Broken is a mother’s memoir, detailing a daughter’s struggles with mental illness and drug abuse. The book begins with daughter Ann’s inability to complete her senior college year. Documenting her heartbreaking rollercoaster ride, Ms. Craig gives readers… Read more

Review of Notes From a Very Small Island by Anthony Stancomb

  After the author sells his successful London art business, he and his wife Ivana (of Croatian decent) decide to make a drastic change by moving to the tiny Croatian island of Vis. They purchase a villa, and with the… Read more

Review of Evidence of Insanity by Carol Piner

Derrick Jensen once said, “Writing is really very easy. Tap a vein and bleed onto the page.” Carol Piner has taken this concept and run with it in her memoir, “Evidence of Insanity”. Right from the beginning of the book,… Read more