Author Interview: Deane Waldman – Uproot U.S. Healthcare

Q. Tell us a little bit about your book. A. “Uproot U.S. Healthcare” was written for the average person, at a level that doesn’t require an MD or PhD to understand. It was written for and to the average reader because only they – the Public – can fix healthcare. The book explains why and [...]

Author Profile: Deane Waldman – Uproot U.S. Healthcare

Why did you decide to write this book? This book made me write it not the other way around. I started asking myself, ‘Why do we practice good medicine on sick people but not on sick healthcare?’ That made me understand WHY everything we do to make our healthcare system better is actually making it [...]

Chapter Excerpt: Deane Waldman – Uproot U.S. Healthcare

Chapter 8 – “Cupside Down” ¨  Imagine a school that only kept track of students who flunked out. ¨  Would you buy a car from a company with sales brochures showing the ones that exploded? ¨  Would you invest in a corporation that measured only customer complaints and that stocked only those products that did [...]

Deane Waldman – Death in Wrong Places

Looking For Death In All The Wrong Places JD Waldman, MD MBA The furor about Death Panels has recently resurfaced. Unfortunately, public attention is focused in the wrong direction. Death Panels ARE part of the Healthcare “Reform’ Act, just not where the newspaper pundits tell us to beware. HR 3590, perversely titled the Patient Protection [...]

Guest Blog: Vampires, Werewolves and Fairies by Tiffany Ashley

Vampires, Werewolves and Fairies by Tiffany Ashley, author of Love Script I don’t know about the rest of you, but I am tired of reading stories about vampires, werewolves and fairies. I realize the paranormal craze has reached new heights since the release of Meyer’s Twilight series but I have to ask, how much is [...]

Author Interview: Donna McDine – The Golden Pathway

Q. What excites you most about your book’s topic? Why did you choose it? A. The Underground Railroad was a pivotal time in American history, one that should never be repeated. It is my hope by keeping history alive for each generation that these huge mistakes will never reoccur. Q. How long did the book [...]

Author Profile: Donna McDine – The Golden Pathway

Why did you decide to write this book? My gut instincts kept nagging at me to tell the story of Jenkins and David and they took over from the outline to the end. Do you have any secret writing tips you’d like to share? I always write my first draft in long hand away from [...]

Author Profile: Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin – Skill-ionaire

Why did you decide to write this book? I decided to write this book because I have met so many parents and educators who really wanted the best for children under their care, but who interacted with them in a way that inadvertently hindered the learning of desired skills AND damaged their precious relationship.  The [...]

Author Profile: Leonid Korogodski – Pink Noise

Why did you decide to write this book? I find myself asked this or similar questions quite often. As I said elsewhere, Pink Noise is not the first book about the Technological Singularity, or simply the Singularity. The idea that the accelerating pace of our technological advances would bring up a radical shift, essentially creating [...]

Guest Blog: Andre Haddad

Mayhem: A state of violent destruction and utter confusion We don’t often use the term mayhem in daily life because the word has lost its original meaning. In recent years, movies and literature have recycled the term and used it to describe having wild and rowdy fun, or letting our imagination run wild with loose [...]