Review of Faith in Crisis by Jim and Shirley Carroll

Jim Carroll was working in Kuwait during the 1990 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. Jim’s wife Shirley, and their seven children, were stranded in the couple’s summer home in Georgia, with no means of income and very little information about Jim’s… Read more

Review of Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom

Morrie Schwartz was Mitch Albom’s favorite college professor. Although Mitch promised to stay in touch with his “coach” after graduation, Mitch finds time and ambition getting in the way of keeping his promise. Years later, a Nightline television spot catches… 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 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

My Story, Part One by Katie Condo

My Story…Part 1 When I was young, Cerebral Palsy was not the significant pair of words that it is to me now. In fact, my diagnosis did not even occur to me until I was 13 years old. It didn’t… Read more