A Fragile Hold: Living with Multiple Sclerosis and Other Uncertainties, Ruth Cotton

Memoir & Biography

When Ruth Cotton walked out of her neurologist’s office in 1997 with a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, her life changed irrevocably. At the peak of her career and with three children still at home, all she could think of were the uncertainties – especially whether she’d become wheelchair-bound. But Ruth continued her full, active life … Read more

Who Will Accompany You?, Meg Stafford

Memoir & Biography, Parenting & Relationships

Award-winning memoirist Meg Stafford has an adventurous spirit, and this time she takes us along for the ride. When her daughters venture into terra incognita—one of them meditating in the Himalayas and the other negotiating with the Colombian military—Stafford decides to go too. In the process, she reflects on her own lifetime of wanderlust and … Read more

The Man Who Hacked the World, Alex Cody Foster

Memoir & Biography

John McAfee: internet pioneer, presidential candidate, and probable madman.   After parting ways with the eponymous McAfee Antivirus software company in 1994, McAfee embarked on innumerable business, political, and criminal enterprises. From investing in cybersecurity and cryptocurrency, to accusations of murdering his neighbor in Belize, to making two unsuccessful bids for President of the United … Read more