This book is a short, but sweet read that deals with grief and loss along with the reassurance of seeing those loved ones someday again in Heaven. The author reflects on her own firsthand experiences and how she comes to terms of having peace in some of the times before losing someone. Not that it … Continue reading For Love of Dying – Review
For most of my reading life I've been a "one book at a time" reader. Typically because I get so invested in whatever book I'm reading that I can only think about that one book, so I never bothered to pick up another one. Most of the time, I end up finishing the book in … Continue reading Tips for Reading Multiple Books at a Time
The Supervillain and Me is a playful YA novel that's just a very fun read. The mystery behind who this new villain, Iron Phantom, is, well, that was enough for me to keep the pages turning because the clues will keep you second-guessing yourself. Abby is a normal teenager living in a city that's filled … Continue reading The Supervillain and Me – Review
Books come to us in all formats. There's the traditional print in both hardcover and paperback, ebooks, and audiobooks. It's most likely that we have used all formats, either because we could only get a book in a specific format or we just wanted to try it out. Or maybe a certain format will only … Continue reading Book Formats: Pros and Cons
Can anyone believe it's December already?! I'm still kind of stuck in September, maybe October. So much has happened over the past few months and it's just insane that the time has gone by so quick. I really don't know what else to say about it, ha. Anyway, this is more an announcement. I thought … Continue reading December Already! And Taking Questions from Readers!