A Higher Standard by General Ann Dunwoody

She may have 4 stars, but her book has 5! General Dunwoody’s book, A Higher Standard, is the crown jewel of a life of remarkable achievement, human growth, and resiliency. Her personal approach shines through her narrative in a fresh perspective on the constantly evolving topic of leadership. She gave profound philosophy and innovative application … Read moreA Higher Standard by General Ann Dunwoody

Combat Related PTSD: The Willie Gray Story

  This book was fantastic, and, coupled with the last book I read, ignited a certain measure of fondness for nonfiction books. The story deals with the author, Melvina Gray, who fell in love with her future husband. Little did she know that he suffered from combat related PTSD as a result of serving during … Read moreCombat Related PTSD: The Willie Gray Story

The Dark History of the Occult: On Magic, Murder, and Madness

I have just recently finished reading A Dark History of the Occult by Paul Roland. I bought this book many years ago for its enticing cover and taboo subject; however, I didn’t read it for a long time despite being drawn in within the first line. Hell, the first 3 pages were genuine and immediately … Read moreThe Dark History of the Occult: On Magic, Murder, and Madness