Short Story Lovers: the Inner Circle Writer’s February Magazine is Full of Fresh, Exciting Stories

Reviewed by Mark Kodama I just finished reading the Inner Circle Writers’ Magazine’s debut edition released by Clarendon Publishing House in February, 2019.  It is the best single magazine edition I have ever read on the craft of writing. The magazine was written by the Inner Circle Writers’ Group and edited by Grant P. Hudson. … Continue reading Short Story Lovers: the Inner Circle Writer’s February Magazine is Full of Fresh, Exciting Stories

Take a Seat Guys, Historians Say World’s Oldest Author Was a Woman

Photo Credit: This brilliant photo was created by Rori for her 100 Days, 100 Women project. I highly recommend checking it out! Mesopotamian civilization developed in Western Asia thanks to the resource-rich valley between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Women and Daily Life in Ancient Mesopotamia For centuries, history (the discipline) was dominated by a bunch of … Continue reading Take a Seat Guys, Historians Say World’s Oldest Author Was a Woman

Reviewing The Source of Betrayal by Akwasi Maru

PJ Review Score: 3/5 3: 🙂 4: 😊 5: 😲  Akwasi Maru is a multi-genre author, poet and doctoral student. He's also a father, husband and Fire Captain. Mr. Maru has memberships in several nonprofit organizations that grant youth scholarships and engage in community charity. Overview The Source of Betrayal is a recent release by author Maru, published … Continue reading Reviewing The Source of Betrayal by Akwasi Maru

A Trip Down Memory Lane – Studio Ghibli & Miyazaki Hayao

The studio Ghibli is known for its dynamic films that portray three dimensional characters that all overcome an essential problem in their life. The films themselves are timeless portrayals of courageousness, loss, and love. Miyazaki’s films are at once, fascinating and dynamic. The Ghibli exhibit is located in Inokashira Park in Mitaka, which is a … Continue reading A Trip Down Memory Lane – Studio Ghibli & Miyazaki Hayao

Japan in World History – a Solid Book for Your Collection

Japan in World History, written by James L. Huffman, is one book in a series of Oxford University histories that focus on cultural and social history. PJ Review Score: 5 James Huffman engages his audience by giving the 'common' people a voice. He manages a balance between political, military and social history. Through this balance … Continue reading Japan in World History – a Solid Book for Your Collection