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4-year anniversary

YES! WE DID IT.     We have been reading and writing together for 4 years! I want to thank all of my followers, subscribers, readers, commenters, and everyone who has supported this website and what it stands for. You guys are the backbone… Continue Reading “4-year anniversary”

Video Review – How to Heal by Jessi Beyer

Thank you

As you all know, this website is mostly about books. My focus has primarily been to provide a platform for indie authors where they can talk about their books, have them reviewed and demonstrate their talents. Along the way, I have tried my best… Continue Reading “Thank you”

Journeys Through Faladon: The Titan Divide, a Fantasy Novel Created by Over 40 Co-authors

Many fantastic fantasy novels have been created by one author, Journeys Through Faladon: The Titan Divide is the first to be created by 40 co-authors. The idea for such a significant and ambitious project was realized on ForgeFiction, a platform dedicated to collaborative writing.… Continue Reading “Journeys Through Faladon: The Titan Divide, a Fantasy Novel Created by Over 40 Co-authors”

And the River Runs Deep: The Cold Case Murder – Mystery of Leah Marcus by A. J. Ullman (Book Review #620)

And the river runs deep is a murder mystery book written about Lea Marcus. She was 17 and the daughter of a compelling Jewish family when she is brutally killed. She loved playing the piano and was a lively, delightful teenager. Her loss creates… Continue Reading “And the River Runs Deep: The Cold Case Murder – Mystery of Leah Marcus by A. J. Ullman (Book Review #620)”

How to Make Rational Decisions While Keeping Your Mind Clear

Here are a few tips and points that may help you when you have to make the right decision. Pause and reflect Many people like to prepare and plan, and some like to be fast and respond to situations immediately. This can sometimes work… Continue Reading “How to Make Rational Decisions While Keeping Your Mind Clear”

Sentences That Contain Every Letter of the Alphabet

Did you know that English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now the global lingua franca?

One Place at a Time, One at a Time by Jeyran Main

Life is not a destination. It is a journey, and with that, there are times where you have to make essential choices. Many things get thrown at you, forcing you to multi-task. In fact, you are praised for doing so. You brag about it,… Continue Reading “One Place at a Time, One at a Time by Jeyran Main”

How to make time to read?

How to make time to read? I have been asked numerous amount of times regarding my reading habits and how I get to read so many books and still manage to juggle everything else in my life.