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Reading is a way to see the world when you’re not able to be on the road. To step inside the viewpoints and perspectives of characters real or imagined in order to experience a story unlike your own. I have always loved reading. A hobby that I share with my daughter everyday. These are my words. Personal reviews of the books I have read inspiring you to turn the next page with me.

With a dreamy far off look, and her nose stuck in a book, she really is a funny girl...

  • In Office of Historical Corrections, six short stories and one novella are weaved together into one breaking masterpiece of writing. Each story distinctly different and brilliantly compelling in its stance. I didn't know what to expect from this author, but

  • Life is about perspective. Hands down, my favorite thing about reading non-fiction work is having the opportunity to see someone else's perspective. Why not take the most important topic on everyone's brains currently and see it through another lens? Lives have been

  • Have you ever seen the Home Edit on Netflix? It’s a show for my breed of human. Organizing and labeling, along with a substantial quarterly purge, have been regular undertakings in our home since the day I moved out on my

  • "On All Hallow's Eve, when the moon is round, a virgin shall summon us from under the ground." We all know and love the movie Hocus Pocus, where a silly virgin boy lights the black flame candle bringing the witches back

  • It's always fascinating to see the world through the eyes of someone you admire. Intimations by Zadie Smith uses the time she has spent thus far under a cloud of COVID -19 to highlight the privileges and complications of such

  • Worlds Afire by Paul B. Janeczko is a book of fictional poetry outlining the big top fire on July 6, 1944, in Hartford, Connecticut, at the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey circus. Each poem is from the standpoint of