Farewell the Dragon by Lee Barckmann

Rating: ★★★★★

RCR Says: “Through a careful unpacking of culture, religion, and economic zeitgeist, Barckmann begins to put his finger on the facts that separate East from West, if indeed there are any to be found.”

Squat by James T. Speirs

Rating: ★★★★★

RCR Says:Squat deftly squashes [dieting] myths through hilarious and well-told chapters, with tidbits of wisdom carefully interspersed so it never feels like the author is preaching.”

Fred & Mary by Kipjo K. Ewers

Rating: ★★★★

RCR Says: “Ewers’ book highlights the importance of forgiveness and reminds readers that moving on doesn’t mean forgetting one’s past.”

Curses of Scale by S.D. Reeves

Rating: ★★★★★

RCR Says: “This is a tale that is more concerned with the journey than with the destination, taking its protagonist (and the reader) on a riotous jaunt through mortal minds, fairyland mists, and everything in between.”