Author: Aria Lewis

ReadersMagnet will both physically and virtually bring you to the Empire State Book Tour this fall. The Festival of Storytellers (TFOS) Chapter 3 will be the focus of the book... Read More

This also raises the question of “do we really need to have a purpose in life?” or “how can we tell which purpose we are destined for?” In Dr. Julius... Read More

Eleanor is a Colorado native who grew up in a small farming community outside Denver. Her career in state and local government spanned almost 40 years during which time... Read More

The decision to spend time creating a family recipe book did not come without hesitation. There are two commitments to be made when writing a cookbook. The first is a... Read More

To understand why empathy is so important, Dr. Geraldine K. Piorkowski, a retired clinical psychologist, devotes a chapter in her recent book, “BEYOND PIPE DREAMS AND PLATITUDES: Insights on Love,... Read More

It is not surprising that many would make the comparison; influenza was the last highly lethal pandemic the world has seen. There are only a few alive today who were... Read More

Mystery novels have this certain appeal that cannot be denied. They can make hearts beat faster through their suspenseful, action-packed storylines, confound and at the same time excite readers with... Read More

Imagine a world without thought where its citizens depend on a Mother Brain to do all the thinking. Something like Benoit Blanchard’s Cyberbrain: Guardian Angel but even much harsher. Where... Read More

Kishwar Mirza has a background in nursing and education. She works as a nursing supervisor in a children’s hospital. She wrote Stories and Poems from a Grandmother’s Heart because she... Read More

Aside from mental stress and fatigue, being one with nature also influences one’s physical conditions by reducing the possibilities of hypertension, chronic pain, and cardiac illnesses. On top of these,... Read More