“From Root to Flower..” Uprooted by Naomi Novik was such a gem to find! I don’t usually read this particular kind of fantasy book, however once my journey into this fantastic story had begun, I could not put the book down. The story begins talking about Agnieszka, the main character, and theContinue reading “Uprooted”


June: by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore Everyone has “that perfect summer.” You know the one that is magical in your memories. That kind of summer where love blossoms and love fades. The kind where grand parties are held on sprawling lawns, and the lemonade is perfect with Amantha’s secret recipe. These grand and glorious memories are oftenContinue reading “June”


Legend: The Incredible Story of Green Beret Staff Sergeant Roy Benavidez’s Heroic Mission To Rescue a Special Forces Team Caught Behind Enemy Lines by: Eric Blehm   This review could not start anywhere but the end. The end is all people want to know. The end is the dramatic part. The end is…well…. the endContinue reading “Legend”

One Day at A Time

The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly by:Matt McCarthy

Redefining Realness by: Janet Mock

Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More    by: Janet Mock   Janet Mock the author of this book was born with the anatomical parts of a male, however from as early as she can remember she always felt like a girl. She remembers her early years when things wereContinue reading “Redefining Realness by: Janet Mock”

The Library at Mount Char By: Scott Hawkins

Author Bio: Scott Hawkins lives in Atlanta with his wife and a large pack of foster dogs. When he isn’t writing he enjoys woodwork, cooking long and impractical recipes and playing fetch with his dogs. He works as a computer programmer, and The Library at Mount Char is his first novel. (One of, I hope, many more.)Continue reading “The Library at Mount Char By: Scott Hawkins”