This is why we study history in school- to learn from our mistakes.
Not every male human is a terrible human being who has to go through several life lessons. Personally, I felt that the men weren't treated fairly in this book
Hello and welcome to my small book/lifestyle blog. I hope you are enjoying your spring season and with it being April, it is National Poetry Month. A colleague of mine, Keith Williams, published his first poetry book in February and when I finally got around to reading it, I fell in love with it. About every… Continue reading Poetry Book Review
Hello, and welcome to this week's book discussion! For the past few weeks, I've been able to write book reviews on every Wednesday, so I hope to continue to with this momentum for the rest of the month. Today's review is over a book I did a Facebook live book review over, but because of… Continue reading New Author Book Blurb
Hello, from wherever you are reading this! I hope you have enjoyed the first few days of Spring, and are looking forward to anytime that can be spent outdoors. Earlier this month, I read Go Set A Watchman, by Harper Lee. On Wednesdays, I enjoy releasing any book reviews I have for that week. This… Continue reading Go Set A Watchman (Book Review)
My biggest issue with poetry in general, is reading it in a similar style and symmetry. This book allowed me to read the poems in a new style, refreshing my love with writing.
About twice a month, I write a book review for whichever book I've completed the month before. Earlier this week (on a day that I got sick) I did a Facebook live video that is weird and out of place. The video is a book review (that I might end up writing about, because the… Continue reading Vintage Book Review
"Your problem, sweetheart, is that you fall in love with men who need you too much. You ought to find a man who doesn't need you, but just wants you."
Hello! Yesterday, I wrote part one of this book review series. Part one focused on the negative side of reading: not finishing a book. This part, however, is more positive, and I am excited to share with you the list of books I did complete in 2017! What about the books I did complete? One… Continue reading Part Two: Books I did finish in 2017.
Before I begin my review, I would like to begin with these factors: I watched the 2005 movie before I read the book years ago. Back in the late 2000's, I tried reading The Magicians Nephew before reading The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. I never completed the book, and felt discouraged about reading the entire series.… Continue reading Part One discussion: Narnia