Heidi Angell reviews the nonfiction memoir Winners Dream by Bill McDermott and discusses some of the wisdom she finds within.
Heidi Angell reviews the sci-fi classic A Thousand Words for Stranger, weighs in on her views of the book, the female character, and the female author.
Heidi Angell shares her thoughts on the historical African Fiction mystery Conjure Women by Afia Atakora and how elements call to our experiences today.
Heidi Angell reviews The Oz Principle: Getting Results Through Individual and Organizational Accountability by Craig Hickman, Tom Smith, and Roger Connors
Heidi Angell reviews the historical murder mystery Dark Omens by Rosemary Rowe, which takes place in Britania during the Roman Occupation.
Heidi Angell shares her review of the urban fantasy debut novel Charmed and Lethal by authors Christine Eller and Lin Ryals.
Heidi Angell introduces you to the Urban Fantasy 80’s flashback fun of New Hope by Steve Hobbs
Heidi Angell shares her review of Aroon, the first book in the historical 18th century Irish Duncullen Saga by M.B. Gibson