A Matter of Scale by Preston Charles Urka ~Review~

Thank you, Goodreads and Preston Charles Urka for the opportunity to read this book! "Although the year 2050 is somewhat arbitrary, the basic timeline of drastically reducing carbon emissions over just the next few decades is critical to our society, our economy, and our environment."A Matter of Scale I won A Matter of Scale: Untangling … Continue reading A Matter of Scale by Preston Charles Urka ~Review~

The Voyage of Freydis by Tamara Goranson ~ARC Review~

Thank you, Tamara Goranson, NetGalley, and One More Chapter Books for the opportunity to read this book! It was released yesterday, July 22nd! The Voyage of Freydis by Tamara Goranson immediately sparked my interest! First. just look at that gorgeous cover! Second, I am all about the mythology/historical retellings at the moment. If you aren't … Continue reading The Voyage of Freydis by Tamara Goranson ~ARC Review~

This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein ~Audiobook Review~

“We as a nation must undergo a radical revolution of values. We must rapidly begin the shift from a ‘thing-oriented society’ to a ‘person-oriented society.”This Changes Everything This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate by Naomi Klein was written in 2014. That was seven years ago and there is a clear urgency revolving around this … Continue reading This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein ~Audiobook Review~

The Woman Who Would Be King by Kara Cooney ~Review~

"Through all of antiquity, however, history records only one female ruler who successfully negotiated a systemic rise to power--without assassinations or coups--during a time of peace, who formally labeled herself with the highest position known in government, and who ruled for a significant stretch of time: Hatshepsut."The Woman Who Would Be King The Woman Who … Continue reading The Woman Who Would Be King by Kara Cooney ~Review~

Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough ~Review~

“Everyone has secrets, Lou,” she says. “Everyone should be allowed their secrets. You can never know everything about a person. You’d go mad trying to.”Behind Her Eyes Mad is right. Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough will leave you speechless. There are three perspectives in this novel. Louise, Adele, and Before. Louise is a single … Continue reading Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough ~Review~

The Mother’s Promise by Sally Hepworth ~Review~

The Mother's Promise by Sally Hepworth is one of those books that you will never forget. Four women, Zoe, Alice, Kate, and Sonja are brought together in the most tragic of ways. Zoe is Alice's daughter and has severe social anxiety. It does prevent her from making friends or even excelling in school. Her mom … Continue reading The Mother’s Promise by Sally Hepworth ~Review~

InD’Tale Magazine July/August Issue!

Don't know what to put on your Summer Reading List? No problem! InD'Tale Magazine just published their July/August issue and it is packed with book reviews to help you decide! Plus we have some amazing articles and interviews! Click here to browse the issue!This month features Mary Burton who writes some amazing romantic suspense and … Continue reading InD’Tale Magazine July/August Issue!

Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender ~Audiobook Review~

“I’m not flaunting anything. I’m just existing. This is me. I can’t hide myself. I can’t disappear. And even if I could, I don’t fucking want to. I have the same right to be here. I have the same right to exist.” Felix Ever After Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender is a young adult book … Continue reading Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender ~Audiobook Review~