Tag: books

After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference & Exhibition will be held on June 23-28, 2022, at the Walter E. Washington... Read More

Climate change is the greatest threat to the existence of mankind. So significant is its threat that it can threaten not only livelihoods but men’s life. With the ever-increasing ocean... Read More

In this book, a former CIA field agent and now businessman travels to China to renegotiate his supply contracts but suddenly finds himself in a race to save himself and... Read More

While highly desirable, romantic love has many risks. Romantic love also promotes a positive outlook on life. Because a person feels cared about, understood, and supported, the whole world looks... Read More

As the pandemic restrictions ease up, more and more book exhibitions and events are returning to physical or in-person setups. One of the most anticipated book exhibitions this year is... Read More

Crimes aren’t only committed by adults. From the perspective of someone who has personal experiences dealing with troubled children, officer Kurt Niemann discusses the lapses of the justice system. He... Read More

While it’s a work of fiction, Can’t Hobble the Elephant by Francis J. Dutch doesn’t steer far from what happens in real life. The book depicts how the end of... Read More

Last month, ReadersMagnet again achieved another milestone by participating in the 27th Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. It was the first time that the Los Angeles Times Festival of... Read More

Margaret Moschak My Alcoholic, My Love: My Love and Loss of an Alcoholic Husband is a touching tale about marriage, addiction, family, and faith in oneself and God. The book... Read More

Blessings to all of you. I hope you all had a beautiful day. We have so much to be thankful for. I was able to get up this morning, put... Read More