Category Archives: Susan Violante

Book Review of “The Tragedy of Fidel Castro” by Joao Cerqueira

Being a Political Cs. Mayor in college, I knew when I set my eyes on “The Tragedy of Fidel Castro” by Joao Cerqueira , that it would be an interesting read, but I never expected what I found. I am … Continue reading

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Sponge Bob and the Brain – a comparison by Arianna Violante

When I think of the brain and all its functions, I think of Sponge Bob Squarepants and how, in that one episode, Plankton was able to control his every move by climbing into his head and putting an electrical devise … Continue reading

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Lasting Impressions by Arianna Violante

Is there really a perfect way in making a great first impression? The answer is always yes. All you really need is charm… for the most part. Over this past week, I’ve been insistent and determined to make my way … Continue reading

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House of Cards by Theodore Jerome Cohen – A Review by Michel Violante

House of Cards begins with the murder of the CEO of a financial investment Wall Street company. Detective Lou Martinelli is in charge of the case. During his investigation he discovers immediately who did it. You would think it is … Continue reading

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The adventures of a first time publisher

I have always been a ‘hands on’ person. Somehow I learn faster when I tackle things directly instead of just studying the theory first…this is why I decided to experiment with my picture book Tuma: The Tribe’s Little Princess. It’s … Continue reading

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Fried Avocados Tacos? Only in Austin!

Izzoz Tacos is another mobile restaurant we visited here in Austin. Being a Mexican and South Western food enthusiastic, I always look for new Mexican places to try here in Austin. But one look at their menu, and I knew … Continue reading

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My Sister’s Keeper, A Book Review By Irene M.

My Sister’s Keeper is a young adult novel that tells a compelling story of a family that has to struggle with conflicting needs and put their love above all else. Anna, the younger of two sisters, by age thirteen has … Continue reading

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