I have always loved fairy tales, mythology, folklore and legends. I loved the magic of it all. When I was in college, I took several fairy tale and folklore classes. (Yes, those classes exist.) We studied all different varieties of the classic fairy tales. We would write papers, analyzing each one and comparing it to … Continue reading Happily Ever After Fairy Tales Retold Edited by John Kilma Review
Workman’s Complication by Rich Leder is a comedic mystery that has many colorful characters and what seems like an endless plot. Kate McCall is a 45 year-old actor who is starring in an off, off broadway play about vampires. Outside of acting, she walks dogs and is a building manager. She was completely focused on … Continue reading Workman’s Complication by Rich Leder Review
Nature Walks by Beverly Holoka is a beautiful collection of poems that are inspired by nature. She uses imagery to express her love for nature or compares natures to her feelings of life and love. I had several favorites in this collection. One was Brook. I love that she associated the beauty of a brook … Continue reading Nature Walks by Beverly Holoka
Captive Rebel is the first book in The Allegiance Series by Erin McDermott and takes place in the future. The world as we know it, is gone. The world is ruled by an elite group called The Allegient. They are favored by Zeus and Poseidon. However, a group of rebels, who live in the mountains … Continue reading Captive Rebel by Erin McDermott
So you are probably wondering why I am reviewing Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Everyone knows Harry Potter, and more than likely, are absolutely in love with the Harry Potter World. (If you haven’t read Harry Potter or seen the movies, spoilers ahead.) I was a part of the Harry Potter generation. I’ll never … Continue reading My Son and The Sorcerer’s Stone
I read Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes with my book club. It was not a page turner but beautifully written! We also watched the movie at our discussion. With this book there was obviously lots of wine. One thing is for sure is there is no way to compare the book and the … Continue reading Under The Tuscan Sun Book vs. Movie
Have you ever done something you are truly ashamed of and there is not a day that passes by where it doesn’t haunt you? Welcome to Louise’s life. It is 2016 and Louise is a single mother, working on her interior decorating business. One day she gets a friend request from Maria Weston. The only … Continue reading Friend Request by Laura Marshall Review!
“You have to churn somewhat when the roof covering your head is at stake, since to sell is to walk away from a cluster of memories and to buy is to choose where the future takes place.” page 3 Set in romantic Italy, Under the Tuscan Sun is a beautiful memoir written by Frances Mayes. … Continue reading Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes Book Review