Tag Archives: Culture and Society

Wisdom From Kammbia 4.6: Diversity Reading Challenge

As January ends and we head into February, I was issued a reading challenge.  For African-American History Month, I must read and review one novel from an African-American Male author and one novel from an African-American Female author.  I have chosen for my male author, Steven Barnes’ Lion’s Blood, an interesting alternate history novel that… Continue Reading

Book Review 95: The Successful Author Mindset by Joanna Penn

Digital Publishing has spawned the rise of the indie author movement over the past several years.  As a result, there is a lot of books these days about how to become a successful indie author and how to make a living with your writing. However, there are only a few of those books dealing with… Continue Reading

Book Review 94: Deep Work by Cal Newport

“Great creative minds think like artists but work like accountants.” (David Brooks) “When you work, work hard. When you’re done, be done.” Those two quotes from Deep Work by Cal Newport summarizes my feelings toward this excellent book. Newport introduces deep work as to counteract the distracted world we live with in the social media… Continue Reading