By Derri Scarlett
Doomsayers abound in 2012 – everyone from the Mayans to Nostradamus to fundamentalists seeks to assure us that the sky, indeed, is falling.
Amid all this comes an unlikely trio to offer yet another scenario, as well as the answer to surviving it. It’s all found in a nonfiction book called “Visions from Heaven: Climbing the Ladder to Spiritual Oneness.”
By Betty Mills
There was a time when you could tell by watching someone what they were doing when they were reading a book. That’s what they were doing – they were reading a book. Now all the accessories may be there – easy chair, foot stool, light shining over the left shoulder, and something in the hands which is being avidly perused.
By Barb Price
As I began reading Spectacular North Dakota: Hikes Bring the Dog, I realized that Susan Wefald has already written a review for her book so I will use her first paragraph which so perfectly states the purpose for Spectacular North Dakota Hikes Bring the Dog. “This book is for anyone who wants to explore North Dakota’s diverse landscape and learn more about its history. It’s for families who want to expand neighborhood strolls into the great outdoors. It’s for seasoned hikers looking for new experiences. And it’s for people who love the idea of hiking with their dogs.”