The Buried Secrets of Peonies – Book Review

Mernegar Dorgoly

The voices of suffering Book Review The Buried Secrets of Peonies By Mernegar Dorgoly Mernegar Dorgoly’s The Buried Secrets of Peonies is a collection of eight short stories. Set in Iran during Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s rule, each story reflects the lives of ordinary people under the new theocratic government. Looking back to history, Ayatollah Ruhollah …

Domestic Geese: Are they Friend or Foe?

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On the lighter side of things Geese can be naughty or nice. They charge at anyone without provocation, testing your running ability. Have you experienced being chased by a goose? Well, I think if you have gone to an animal farm, you know what I'm talking about. I'm sharing this just for the fun of …

Uses of Baking Soda in Cooking and Other Kitchen Chores


There's more to baking in baking soda Baking soda is an all-around helper.  Indeed! Not only is it good at baking, but also in other kitchen chores. Here are more ways you can bank on baking soda. [For Tips #1, 2, 3-7, click here] Tip #8 - Cleans fruits and vegetables Unless you grow your …

Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive – Book Review

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A wild ride through drug trafficking Book Review Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive by; Dan "Tito" Davis and Peter Conti Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive is a true-to-life adventure of Dan “Tito” Davis. It’s technically written or arranged for publication by Peter Conti, but the …