Next week on April 10th, National Library Week begins. Initiated in 1958, National Library Week, “is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country each April. It is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation’s libraries and librarians and to promote library use and support.” AroundContinue reading “National Library Week Starts April 10th”
In celebration of National Poetry Month here’s an infographic I made last year for Uncanny Pop (via Piktochart.com) that features 10 Celebrities who are also poets. Which ones did you know about and which ones surprised you?
5/5 Dark Mists: Kurotobi Skies is an epic tale that concludes the story of the leading Giesha Kimi and her Geisha sisters.
Happy New Year! 2016 is officially here and that means new year resolutions. While I’m still thinking about what if any more resolutions I’ll make, I do have one that I’ve been doing every year since 2013 that I’ll share with all of you. Every year I make a resolution of reading a certain numberContinue reading “2015 My Year In Books”
Let me just start by saying that I love the cover of the book. Miss Barr does an excellent job of creating covers for her stories and this cover definitely gets the attention of a would-be reader. Almost Alive is a supernatural tale of epic proportions. Its theme of good vs. evil reminds me aContinue reading “Book Review: Almost Alive”
Kyoko M.’s The Black Parade series concludes with the final novel The Holy Dark. At the end of She Who Fights Monsters, our heroine Jordan Amador had almost brought on the apocalypse, was a fugitive on the run (which was brought to an end by the president’s pardon), she had lost her best friend’s trust,Continue reading “Book Review: The Holy Dark by Kyoko M.”
It’s summer time and that means it’s time for summer reading! Whether it’s assigned or by individual choice, here are fifteen book suggestions from yours truly.