By: Christopher Bartlett November 12 was Chicken Soup For The Soul Day, so I decided to take a look back at the series and see what made it a must read for me through so much of my life. And, you have to remember that just because I like this series for certain reasons, others… Continue reading Christopher’s Review of “Chicken Soup for the Soul”
By: Cait Marie Hello, hello! This is obviously not a Monday book review, but given that this is my website, I'll make an exception. I'm only about a third of the way through Kingdom of Ash, so reviews will be begin again next week because it has consumed all of my reading attention. In the… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2018
By: Cait Marie I want to really up my book-game in August because during the last two months I have been slacking. Here are the top five books I want to read next month: 1. A Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir This was released in June and I still haven't been able to… Continue reading TBR Tuesday: August
By: Hayley Green This book is a short, powerful read that can really help change your life. Based on the writer’s life and overcoming her serious psychological problems, this book gives you seven steps to repeat throughout your life for every type of problem you face. She is brutally honest about some of the problems… Continue reading Hayley’s Review of “The Path to Courage” by Debbie Burns
By: Hayley Green This book combines two of my favorite subjects: neuroscience and writing. Some of it can be hard to understand due to use of the proper terms for things, but overall it did a nice job of explaining things in a way that it could be understood and how it applies to writers.… Continue reading Hayley’s Review of “Fire Up Your Writing Brain” by Susan Reynolds
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