“The Seven Gifts ” a 2021 Distinguished Favorites NYC Big Book Award

nyc book awards

NYC Book Awards – 2021

The Seven Gifts by David Whitacre is a 2021 NYC Big Book Award Distinguished Favorite … Read the rest

Review of “The Weaver’s Revenge”

The Weaver's Revenge

Midwest Book Review

Synopsis: When offered a rare opportunity to help develop a fledgling historic site dedicated to Finnish American … Read the rest

Mom’s Gone Missing: When a Parent’s Changing Life Upends Yours

US Review of Books – Focus Review

Book review by Michelle Jacobs

“Working with someone whose mental capabilities are compromised Read the rest

“Wisconsin Underground” and “Minnesota Underground” Reviewed

Minnesota Underground

Big River Magazine

Wisconsin Underground” and “Minnesota Underground” by Doris Green and Greg Brick, PhD were reviewed by … Read the rest

You Embody One of “The Seven Gifts” That Inspire Humanity


The BookTrib
Judy Moreno

The Seven Gifts in my opinion, should be mandatory reading for anyone in business, especially those … Read the rest

Middleton author Kathleen Ernst discusses publication of her 40th book

The Weaver's Revenge

State Journal

Middleton author Kathleen Ernst has had a prolific career, including books of nonfiction; historical fiction for Read the rest

The US Review of Books: Mom’s Gone Missing

Mom’s Gone Missing: When a Parent’s Changing Life Upends Yours
by Susan A. Marshall
HenschelHAUS Publishing

book review by Michelle Read the rest

Native American Novel for Middle Grade Readers Entertains and Educates

UP Review
Native American Novel for Middle Grade Readers Entertains and Educates
Review by Victor R. Volkman

Cady and the Read the rest

Michigan in Books “Cady and the Bear Necklace” Review

Michigan in  Books

As her name suggests, thirteen-year-old Cady Whirlwind Thunder is of Native American descent and she has experienced … Read the rest

Enter into My Rest- Kirkus Review



Kirkus Review
by John Thomas Fuhler ; illustrated by Lori Dobberstein

Debut author … Read the rest

UW alumnus Hartoonian publishes new book, ‘Chased by the Memory’

UW-Madison School of Education
Alumni News

Hartoonian earned his master’s and PhD from the School of Education’s Department of Curriculum Read the rest

Review of “Cupola Kitty”

Instagram review from thirdgradeparade 

Books and cats, two of my favorite things 💕 Even better, this book was written by Read the rest

Gentleman at Speed: Fred Wacker Jr.

By S. Scott Callan

What could be more appropriate for VeloceToday than an American racing French Gordinis in Europe? Read the rest

The New Deal lives: It just needs big fixes

Yes, the original New Deal was imperfect. F.D.R. and the New Dealers did not persuade Congress to pass all the programs they sought. Nor did they pursue all the reforms the Great Depression required or a worsening economy justifies. New Deal programs disproportionately excluded Blacks, Hispanics and women.

“Here’s the Deal,” Joe Biden—We Need a Big Jobs Program Now

Living the New Deal Blog
Dr. June Hopkins and David Riemer

In his first Inaugural Address in 1933, President Franklin … Read the rest

Getting it on the page

By John McNally
Managing Editor
Chicago Lawyer Magazine

Wilson Elser’s McDonough pens book about challenges and lessons learned from family … Read the rest

One Day at a Time: Managing Energy and Emotions in Trying Times

The IsthmusSusan will be share what she’s learned as a family caregiver at a special FREE event December 17, 5-6 p.m. open to the public. The presentation & open discussion is hosted by the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin.

Dennis De Rose’s Reviews of “Weepers”

Nick has a lot to say, and rightly so. I hope you're planning on writing a sequel, Nick, because Weepers deserves one. Thank you for hours of thrilling reading.

Character In Stressful Times

Attacking COVID-19 demands attention to clear communication, community involvement and character development. Communicating the best information— facts, definitions and calm consistency—as well as listening to and engaging the larger community is now part of leadership’s obligation.

Mary Dowell receives 2020 New York City Big Book Distinguished Favorites Award

Playing Through the Fence by first-time author Mary J. Dowell, is part memoir, part self help for emerging leaders or anyone seeking inspiration in her career journey.