The Top 3 Most Frightening Books on My Shelf

It is October 31st. Against my better judgment, I decided to pick up The Shining by Stephen King. As you all know, I don't handle horror very well. But I figured if I am going to read the book, what better time to read it. Since I don't read horror that often, I don't have … Continue reading The Top 3 Most Frightening Books on My Shelf

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The Darkening by Chris Sarantopoulos ~Review~

*I received a copy of this book from the author* I am not always a huge fan of horror. I do, however, love dystopian novels. The Darkening by Chris Sarantopoulos is both. The book is about a post-apocalyptic world but instead of a fear of darkness, it is a fear of light. It is the light … Continue reading The Darkening by Chris Sarantopoulos ~Review~

Gazelle in the Shadows by Michelle Peach ~Review~

Gazelle in the Shadows by Michelle Peach is a fictional story that is based on true events that happened in the author's life. The story introduces us to Elizabeth Booth from England who wants to travel and study Arabic. She works hard and ends up going to school in Syria. She falls in love with the … Continue reading Gazelle in the Shadows by Michelle Peach ~Review~

Body Mindful Yoga: An Empowering Approach to Redefining Your Relationship with your Body by Robert Butera and Jennifer Kreatsoulas ~ ARC Review ~

Body Mindful Yoga by Robert Butera and Jennifer Kreatsoulas is an insightful guide for readers who want to take a deeper look at themselves and improve. The book is split up into different sections Listen, Learn, Love and Live. It is also filled with in-journal exercises to help the readers really identify how they view … Continue reading Body Mindful Yoga: An Empowering Approach to Redefining Your Relationship with your Body by Robert Butera and Jennifer Kreatsoulas ~ ARC Review ~

Addicted by Beverly Holoka ~Review~

Today's post will be short and sweet since I am currently attending InD'Scribe Con and Book Festival. I recently read a collection of poems called Addicted by Beverly Holoka. Before continuing on, I will warn you that these poems discuss themes such as depression, addiction, substance abuse, and suicide. One of the things that I … Continue reading Addicted by Beverly Holoka ~Review~