January 21, 2022

Book Review: The Vinyl Detective-Written in Dead Wax

Reading this book was like climbing onto a rollercoaster that cascaded to its end in a dark mountain. You never knew where the next thrilling twist would take you. I devoured the pages in one day, as if I was starving and the book was my only meal.
January 17, 2022

Book Review: What Loss Can Teach Us

First off, I have to express to you that Beth knows what she’s talking about. The book is laced with stories from her personal experiences and those as a therapist, dealing with these deep, emotionally challenging topics of loss, death, and suffering. The stories are crisp, moving, and interconnecting in a way that readers can relate and dig deep if they’re willing to do the work.
December 30, 2021

Book Review: The City of Dr Moreau

The author tossed well-crafted twists that awakened me from complacency for the characters and set them to spinning out of control, recapturing my vigilance.
December 20, 2021

Book Review: Claus The Legend of the Fat Man

The legend evolves, like the swirling snow of the Pole, telling a wonderful story of intrigue, loyalty and love. Brilliantly crafted, it drew from the many stories of Santa, weaving science and politics into the mix.
November 16, 2021

Book Review: Your Words Your World

Your Words Your World, written by Louise Bélanger is one example of this influx of religious poetry. I had the privilege of reviewing this book for the Roost and am happy to report that it truly is a lovely collection of works by a woman with a creative, imaginative mind.
November 10, 2021

Book Review: Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You

These poems were written from the core of Misha’s being. Raw and beautiful, often moving the reader to the point of tears. I couldn’t put it down.
October 25, 2021

Book Review: The Unofficial Harry Potter Book of Cocktails: Fantastic Drinks and How to Make Them by Rhiannon Lee and Georgia Hingston

If you’re a Harry Potter fan or have one in your life who’s interested in cocktails, this is a nicely packaged way to bring the Wizarding World to your table. Cheers!
October 12, 2021

Book Review: The Sisterhood of the Infamous

It’s written with such passion, and truth that you can feel what each character is going through. And as a result, I found that it took an emotional toll on me and was hard to read at times. Hard or not, I had to find out what happened next.
October 7, 2021

Book Review: Skin of Tattoos

This book is an emotional rollercoaster, and I really enjoyed the adrenaline pumping action. Violence, tenderness, love, loyalty, death, and betrayal play across the pages like an intricate melody that never fully resolves.
September 19, 2021

Nonfiction Review – 12 Tiny Things: Simple Ways to Live a More Intentional Life

12 Tiny Things is all about finding simple ways that help you find the best life possible. Specifically, the authors, Heidi Barr and Ellie Roscher, explore these twelve topics to find that place of rest, of peace, of health within them.
September 15, 2021

Book Review: The Hive Queen

Fir and his brothers are swept up in a quest for freedom. They encounter many trials, but freedom is worth the struggle, isn’t it? Is The Hive Queen their key? Find out in this glorious sequel to The Bond.
September 7, 2021

Nonfiction Book Review: If God Is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk

Even before I got through the introduction of If God is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk, I knew I’d love it – and knew it would be a productive read for myself and others like me who want to demonstrate our faith in a loving, compassionate way...
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