Haldane Fall by Charles Kern – Book Review

Humanity has always entailed larger-than-life stories, people rising from mere existence to extraordinary destiny in pursuit of something greater than their desires. Such is the tale of Kertis Haldane, the fated sovereign who lost his loved ones to the cruel play of power, politics, and greed. With enemies eyeing for the destruction of his realm … Read more

An Interview with Wilson Semitti, Author of ‘A Boy Who Loved Me’

About Author: Wilson Semitti, a British Citizen born in Uganda and currently residing in London, brings a rich tapestry of experiences to their debut book, “A Boy Who Loved Me.” With a background in Financial Accounting, Wilson’s diverse professional journey, spanning graphic design, roles in prestigious hotels, and the Bangkok stock exchange, sets the stage … Read more

An Interview with Joseph Stone, Author of “The Wolf Esprit”

About Author: Joseph Stone is a historical, dark-fantasy novelist who lives in San Diego, California.  He holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from San Diego State University and a Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. 1. If you had to describe yourself in three words, what … Read more


Gender diversity is an essential component that adds value to a company’s decision-making process, affecting its financial performance. Despite an increase in female literacy rates, gender inequality is still prevalent across the globe. Women’s participation in the labor force is meager. According to the SIGI (Social Institutions and Gender Index), which measures discriminatory laws, social … Read more

8 Common Mistakes People Make While Writing a Research Paper

A research paper is a piece of academic writing which involves an in-depth study of a research object or field. To collect data on a particular research topic, researchers conduct experiments or fieldwork, and draw conclusions from it. Writing a research paper is not exclusive to the natural sciences. Social scientists also heavily rely on … Read more

Assassins Are Us by Kimberly Van Sickle – Book Review

Teenage life is a mess, and we all agree with it. Being stuck in a maze of friends, crushes, homework, college applications, and family drama is hard. Amidst the chaos that teenage life feels like, will you ever think about how an assassin’s life would be? Would you worry if the passenger sitting next to … Read more