He had just noticed the scuff on the tip of his shoe and had bent to wipe at it. As his fingers brushed at the stain, the glint of crinkled pages caught his eye from beneath the seat in front of him. The pages appeared to pulsated at him from just beyond the offending mark. … Continue reading Do You See What I See?
Goodreads Synopsis: "An absolutely brilliant and singularly indescribable book, Fish Eyes for Pearls is an extraordinary journey into a woman's life. One of the bravest, most unique and compelling self-examinations I have ever read- I was blown away!"- Henry Jaglom The phrase 'fish eyes for pearls' is coined in an ancient book of internal alchemy, … Continue reading Fish Eyes for Pearls – Review
time together dearest readers of Ms. S's grade 6 class? I sure hope it isn't so and that somehow we find a way to continue to chat with one another even though you all will move onto grade 7 next year. I may not have disclosed to my other lovely readers that I have been … Continue reading Is this to be our last…
Hello again dear readers! I usually am not one to create a quick post about a book I have yet to read, BUT there is a great opportunity/kindle promo for a book which I would definitely grab (and did!) for my summer TBR! I consider this book a "just what I need read!" The Port … Continue reading My Summer = Mystery/Thrillers
cover? Surely not! Well dear readers, my short but sweet blog post is coming to you hot with what I like to call "Now you like me, now you won't". I kid! Or perhaps I do not... It is literary confession time! I do judge books by their covers! I let that rip off just … Continue reading To judge a book by its…
when you just can't find your way back to those things that you love? Having finished my novel Whose Story? and after having placed it into the hands of beta readers, sent it to agents/publishers and now having placed it online at Swoon Reads, I find myself simply without. And I feel without is the … Continue reading What do you do dearest readers,
Synopsis: Dreams Are Not Dreamed by Menachem Esse follows three years in the life of teenage Bryce and his aspirations to be a professional snowboarder in the face of snowboarding being forbidden due to a significant injury and the subsequent divorce of his parents. Favourite Quotes: “His heart was hurting now, as though someone were … Continue reading Dreams Are Not Dreamed – Review
Dear Reader, Today I have a very important question for you: Who was it that gave you your love for reading? For as long as I can remember there have always been books in the hands of the ones I have loved. Their love of reading passes from cowboys of the west to the forbidden loves … Continue reading Who Inspired You?
a few of my favourite things! Hello dearest readers! We meet again for another post on A Name Inspired where I discuss the current names I am in love with from one of my latest reads. If you read my latest post, a review, on one of my favourite books of 2018 you will know … Continue reading Last name first names are…
Hello again literary lovelies! My apologies for not having my usual Sunday post, as I have been under the weather with some weird stomach bug for the last week. I spent most of Saturday and Sunday horizontal on my bed. So here is my Wednesday Writing Prompt for this week: The silence woke her. … Continue reading When Silence Surrounds