Tag: culture

Writing From a Hotspot by Kristin Fouquet

It was the third month into the beginning of the Roaring 2020s, and New Orleanians were coming down off the high of a lively Carnival season when the devastating news broke. Our beloved holiday, Mardi Gras, had been a COVID-19 superspreader event. Along with… Continue Reading “Writing From a Hotspot by Kristin Fouquet”

Justice! by Heath Daniels (Book Review #1207)

Justice is a book about social justice and is the third book in its series. The story is a stand-alone and takes place during the height of the ISIS scare of 2014-2015. The premise is about the Island experience in America. You get to… Continue Reading “Justice! by Heath Daniels (Book Review #1207)”

Travel Mania by Karen Gershowitz (Book Review #1072)

Travel Mania is a travel adventure story about Karen Gershowitz, who has travelled Europe alone at the age of 17. She has spanned more than 90 countries, pursuing her dream and passion of travelling. While travelling, she meets many people, understands various cultures, experiences… Continue Reading “Travel Mania by Karen Gershowitz (Book Review #1072)”

Milk with Wine – A child’s year in Paris by Meg Westley (Book Review #791)

Milk with wine is a memoir written and set in 1963. It begins with the author moving to Paris with her family at the age of 8. Meg has a very hard time adapting to the French culture, language, making friends, and in general,… Continue Reading “Milk with Wine – A child’s year in Paris by Meg Westley (Book Review #791)”

Codex of Light (Tenets of Exile Book 1) by E. P. Stein (Book Review #422)

Codex of Light is the first of its fantasy series. Dallet is a Luminean, a kingdom that has been long gone and hidden in the Dan’din. He has a dream to take over the Liminean Shrine and to marry his love, but in order… Continue Reading “Codex of Light (Tenets of Exile Book 1) by E. P. Stein (Book Review #422)”