I read a lot and I write a lot. That is why I decided to say something about the books I’ve read, loved and hated, about those that flummoxed me, shaped me into what I am, brought tears to my eyes and belly laughs, and encouraged me to ask questions and find answers.

There is an unorthodox mix of topics, including fiction and non-fiction, but many are related to psychology and technology.

2019 Book Reviews

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The Red Book by C.G. Jung: A Personal Journey into the Collective Unconscious

“Women Who Run with the Wolves” by C.P. Estés: Reclaiming Our Instinctual Nature

“Call Me Pomeroy” by James Hanna: How Much Can You Like an Anti-hero?

“Chasing Mercury” by September Williams: Why Most Collective Victories Begin with a Personal Fight

“Jobs for Robots” by Jason Schenker: How to Make Yourself Irreplaceable in the Age of Robotics

I Dare You to “Make Your Own Neural Network in Python” (Book Review)

The Art of Cyber Conflict by H. Sienkiewicz (Book Review)

The Inconceivable Truth: A Gutsy Memoir about Defining and Surviving Childless Womanhood in the 21st Century by Nicki Fenthum (Book Review)

“Mating in Captivity” by Esther Perel (Book Review)

Why Every Writer Should Read “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron (Book Review)

“Dodging Satan: My Irish/Italian, Sometimes Awesome, But Mostly Creepy, Childhood” by Kathleen Zamboni McCormick (Book Review)