Have you ever been asked, "why do you read?" To any bibliophile, it is a rather silly question. It should be obvious. Reading is not just a passion...it is essential. Book lovers read books as one would breathe air. It is a part of our daily routine. We never miss an opportunity to quote a … Continue reading Why Do I Read?
"My reality? Aubrey screams me awake at 5 a.m. every morning and I'm about 6 months behind on laundry that's taking over my living room like some kind of poisonous mold." -Bumni Laditan Where do I even begin with this book? Every mom should read this book. Did I say should? I meant, every mom … Continue reading Confessions of a Domestic Failure By Bunmi Laditan
Greed is the source of an evil plan that affects the life of Lady Magdalen of Mallin. Her people are starving. She would do anything to help them but the mines that once prospered are empty. She is also under the stern control of her mother who rarely shows her love. Hope arrives in the … Continue reading The Noble Servant by Melanie Dickerson
"Chivalry might be alive and well in jousts of sport, and even in the preliminary ceremonies of the judicial duel, but once the actual combat began, chivalry was dead." -Eric Jager, The Last Duel, page 148 Think of it. A woman's honor and life hang in the balance. A weak knight versus a wealthier squire. … Continue reading The Last Duel by Eric Jager Review