I received an Advanced Reader's Copy of this book from W.W. Norton Publishers. I was excited to read this because of the great reviews I was hearing about it. The premise for this book is that Rachel can't die, but she wants to. After living two thousand years and watching children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, lovers, husbands,… Continue reading Upcoming Books: Eternal Life by Dara Horn
I received From Here to Eternity by Caitlin Doughty as an Advance Reading Copy from W.W. Norton. To them I am very grateful. I never in a million years would have guessed that a book about death could fascinate and intrigue me the way this book did. Caitlin Doughty, the author, traveled around the world… Continue reading Upcoming Books: What to Read
The American Library Association released yesterday it's list of Top Ten Most Challenged Books of 2015 in its annual report which can be found here. The report is released every year during National Library Week and I found it extremely enlightening. It confirms what I have been saying for years: People absolutely despise, yet thrive on, anything… Continue reading The Controversy of Challenged Books
This is my first Tolkien-related post in a long time and I think, mostly because he is my greatest inspiration, I should make a post every now and then just to pay homage to his genius. This is my official book review of Joseph Loconte's A Hobbit, A Wardrobe, and A Great War, published earlier… Continue reading A NEW TOLKIEN POST!
I have just recently started a new project because, like my reading habits, I cannot read, or write, one book at a time. I have always had a fascination with witches. My favorite play has always been Arthur Miller's The Crucible, and I loved studying the Salem Witch Trials in school. I enjoyed learning about… Continue reading Writer’s Anonymous: What I’m Working On