Thomas Koulopoulos On The Rise Of AI

Thomas Koulopoulos, co-author of Gigatrends: Six Trends Shaping The Future of Billions, wrote this piece at FoxNews.Com in which he poses the question, what if AI isn’t a replacement but a means of amplifying human potential? Read his thoughts here.  

New York Lifestyles Magazine Tells “Rough Side” Love Story

The February issue of New York Lifestyles Magazine features a Valentine’s Day feature on the love story of Norman and Velma Murphy Hill and their book, Climbing the Rough Side of the Mountain: The Story of Love, Civil Rights, and Labor Activism. You can read the feature here.

Fox News Gives Rundown On New Reagan Bio

Historian and Ronald Reagan biographer Craig Shirley’s latest book, The Search for Reagan: The Appealing Intellectual Conservatism of Ronald Reagan, was featured in this article from FoxNews.Com, which provides a preview of what’s in store for readers.

Jerusalem Post Calls My Brother’s Keeper “Wonderfully Readable”

The Jerusalem Post recently reviewed with high praise Ari Harow’s My Brother’s Keeper: Netanyahu, Obama, & The Year of Terror & Conflict That Changed the Middle East Forever. Read their review here.

“Work Matters to God Because We Matter” Bahnsen in Christianity Today

David L. Bahnsen goes over some of the points he makes in his new book, Full Time: Work and the Meaning of Life in this feature from Christianity Today. 

Real Clear Defense Excerpts “Saving Our Service Academies”

In a recent feature, Real Clear Defense published excerpts from Bruce Fleming’s new book, Saving our Service Academies: My Battle with, and for, the US Naval Academy to Make Thinking Officers. Read a portion of the book here. 

Margolis Quoted at Vulture

Jeff Margolis, author of We’re Live in 5: My Extraordinary Life in Television, was recently consulted by for an article going in to Hollywood’s awards season. Read their discussion with him here. 

“Mitch Motivates” discusses Dry January with CBS New York

Author of the book My Addiction, My Superpower, Mitch “Motivates” Leff recently spoke with CBS New York about the upsides and downsides of “Dry January”. Watch their discussion here. 

Queen of Cuba is “Highly Readable and Informative”

Washington Examiner says Peter J. Lapp and Kelly Kennedy “tell the story like no one else could.” Their book, Queen of Cuba: An FBI Agent’s Insider Account of the Spy Who Evaded Detection For 17 Years, received a glowing review. Read their overview here.

“Gen Z and Millennial Women Are Waking Up”

Marriage and relationship coach Suzanne Venker, author of The Alpha Female’s Guide to Men & Marriage: How Love Works, penned this opinion piece at Fox News. Read it here.