My Illinois upbringing collides with my Canadian food cravings. And behold, a legend is born.

What do “The Hunger Games”, “Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl”, and “Bone” have in common? All of them were challenged and/or banned this past year. That’s right, another Banned Books Week is here! Click on in to learn about Banned Books Week and see this year’s list of challenged and/or banned books!

On a whim Career Press contacted me to see if I had any interest in receiving a review copy of “How to Manage an Effective Religious Organization: The Essential Guide to Improving Your Church, Synagogue, Mosque, or Temple” by Michael A. Sand. Now I don’t manage a religious organization, heck, I don’t even belong to a religious organization, but I jumped at the chance to check out the book. Why? Because I’m nosy.

This October you’ll find me in stores, on the radio, and at conventions! Where will you be this October?

I can’t come up with a good excerpt for this one. It involves stiletto heels, Playmates, and murder. You know you want to read it. Go on.

The beauty of leaves meets the symbolism of the traditional tarot in “Tarot Leaves” by Beth Seilonen. Click on in to see some awesome cards and learn more!

I’ll admit I was surprised when I saw on Facebook that Quest Books was publishing a book called “Just Trust Me: Finding the Truth in a World of Spin” by attorney G. Randy Kasten. I mean, Quest Books is the imprint of The Theosophical Publishing House, the publishing arm of the Theosophical Society in America. What the heck were they doing publishing a book on spin? From an attorney? There was only one thing to do, read the book.

Author Jonathan Parker reflects on connecting with your soul in this article based on his latest book “The Soul Solution”.

Pop culture robots, a new “Bladerunner” movie, the geek zodiac (I’m the Undead!), and more in this month’s “Geek Month in Review” from JB Sanders.

What IS the real deal with Wicca? Dayna Winters, Patricia Gardner, and Angela Kaufamn, Priestesses of the Dragon Warriors of Isis and local upstate New York ladies, do their best to let people know.