Appetite for Books reviewer Claudia Kousoulas calls Jason Anthony’s Hoosh “…a departure from the adventurous tales of expeditioners, but a fascinating departure.” She mentions, “For those of us challenged by a weekly grocery list, Anthony’s description of planning Antarctic meals past and present is humbling.”
“An emotional, personal cartography, Body Geographic is an exploration of the author’s life,” is how E.B. Boatner describes Barrie Jean Borich's new book in Lavender Magazine.
MetroActive writer Gary Singh sings Cathleen Miller praise in a recent article about her new book Champion of Choice. While the book describes the impressive work of Nafis Sadik, this article describes the impressive work of Miller. Singh says, “... Miller does not just write Sadik's story alone. That would have been too simple. Instead, she juxtaposes Sadik's career with vignettes from the trenches of female victimization in order to reveal examples of the very injustices that Sadik fights against.”
Dan Erwine describes what he took away from Almost Somewhere by Suzanne Roberts in his review on Bookin’ with Sunny, “Following the trail teaches you a lot about yourself. That’s the real value gained from reading this book.”
Tim Hauserman from California’s Adventure Sports Journal provides an another male perspective on Almost Somewhere, “As a guy I enjoyed reading these details, if only to understand how clueless I have been about the emotional issues many of my female hiking buddies are facing.”