Monthly Archives: February 2017

Book Review: With or Without God

Book Review: With or Without God Expecting dense, philosophical discussions within the pages of With or Without God, Life's Mysteries Continue, the reader is pleasantly surprised and refreshed with an exchange that is both entertaining, easy to understand, and enlightening. The author expertly combines a plethora of elements to compose the content of the text, including such topics as religion, philosophy, science, the paranormal, and the future. As a result, there are a multitude of audiences for whom this book can be appealing.

In fact, this book addresses such age-old queries as, "Why do we exist?" "If there is a God, then why can't we see him?"-to name a few. The perplexing concepts of life and death often loom over us; however, Dr.

Introduce Your kid To The World of Optimism and Courage With Bunny Donny

Introduce Your kid To The World of Optimism and Courage With Bunny Donny Now kids will be overjoyed to know that they won't have to sleep every night listening to the same old fairy tales. They must be finding it boring to read those similar kind of kid stories, which includes a charming prince and a beautiful princess and a horrifying giant.
So here comes a new children's book with completely new flavor - Bunny Donny and Michelle's Camp Performance. Kids would not only love the story but will get an excellent message from this. This story is all about a cute bunny Donny and his small sister Michelle.

Book Review: 2031: The Singularity Pogrom

Book Review: 2031: The Singularity Pogrom Dan Ronco's third novel, set in a violent near-future environment, ushers the reader into a world where computers are becoming increasingly smarter, genetically enhanced humans are being created, and experimentation with the integration of human and artificial intelligence has begun. 2031: The Singularity Pogrom was released in August of 2010 by All Things That Matter Press.

The author tells the story of a clash of wills between software genius Ray Brown, his gifted son David, and the megalomaniac Dianne Morgan. In this science fiction/thriller David Brown is a prime candidate for the integration of human and artificial intelligence experiments until it is discovered that his son, Martin, has greatly exceeded his father's brilliance and talent. Ray Brown, after being framed for the release of a computer virus that destroyed the Internet, causing the deaths of thousands, has escaped from the island where he's been imprisoned and joins forces with the masses opposing psychopath Dianne Morgan, along with her warrior robots, her experiments, and the pogrom she has begun against traditional humans.

Write A Book

Write A Book I walked into the Library of Congress. I was visiting Washington DC with my kids and we went there.
Now if you've ever been there you know what I'm talking about when I say it was big. Really, Impressively Big! The fact is, it's the largest library in the entire world. It houses over 35 million books and periodicals.