Once Upon A River Book Review

Every now and then, I will read a book that is good in every way but one. That aspect will bug me so much that it makes me like the overall book less. This is a dear shame, yet I cannot excuse that element. This is the case of Once Upon a River by DianeContinue reading “Once Upon A River Book Review”

Book Reviews From the Vault: Buy My Book, Not Because You Should, But Because I’d Like Some Money

I get a lot of requests to review books by various authors. Buy My Book: Not Because You Should, But Because I’d Like Some Money by John Marszalkowski was my favorite because it was the very first inquiry I got. It also helped me to open more doors in the book reviewing industry, and IContinue reading “Book Reviews From the Vault: Buy My Book, Not Because You Should, But Because I’d Like Some Money”

Book Reviews From the Vault: You Can’t Spell America Without Me, The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump (A So-Called Parody)

Since today is Presidents’ Day, I want to share with everybody my review of You Can’t Spell America Without Me, The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump (A So-Called Parody) by Alec Baldwin and Kurt Andersen. Writing this review immensely expanded my comfort zone because it isContinue reading “Book Reviews From the Vault: You Can’t Spell America Without Me, The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump (A So-Called Parody)”

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Movie Review

I have seen plenty of movie versions of well-known novels in my lifetime, and the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn directed by Elia Kazan is definitely one of the better book-to-screen adaptations. This February marks the 75th Anniversary of the film’s release, and I will take a deep dive into why it is aContinue reading “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Movie Review”

One Day in December Book Review

I usually don’t read romantic holiday stories. They tend to get really corny and clichéd, and they are very predictable. In other words, they feel like Hallmark movies. If I were to read one, I would be making fun of it right off the bat. Recently, however, I discovered a romantic holiday book that IContinue reading “One Day in December Book Review”

Book Reviews From the Vault: A Man Called Ove

A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman contains one of the most memorable curmudgeons in modern literature. Check out why Ove works as an anti-hero here! In many books, there are protagonists, who may come off as despicable, crabby, picky, etc., in other words, an anti-hero. Readers love to hate them, yet making these charactersContinue reading “Book Reviews From the Vault: A Man Called Ove”

The Four Sworn: Summer Solstice Book Review

Full disclosure: I was guided to this particular title based on the recommendation of a good friend of mine in exchange for an honest review. Writing a sequel to a book is never easy; it can make or break a series. The author has to create more situations for their characters in order to allowContinue reading “The Four Sworn: Summer Solstice Book Review”

Book Reviews From the Vault: Dear Fahrenheit 451, Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks

Dear Fahrenheit 451, Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks by Annie Spence was probably the most fun I ever had while reading. I laughed and learned a lot while reading the letters she wrote to the books that impacted her the most. I wanted to challenge myself while doing this review, so I hope youContinue reading “Book Reviews From the Vault: Dear Fahrenheit 451, Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks”

The Biggest Lie in the History of Christianity: How Modern Culture is Robbing Billions of People of Happiness Book Review

Once in a while, there comes a book that divides readers. Some people would think it is the most wonderful book in the entire world, and others would think it is not what it’s cracked up to be. The Biggest Lie in the History of Christianity: How Modern Culture is Robbing Billions of People ofContinue reading “The Biggest Lie in the History of Christianity: How Modern Culture is Robbing Billions of People of Happiness Book Review”

Book Reviews From the Vault: Kill the Farm Boy

Kill the Farm Boy is still a title that I chant every now and then, especially to the tune of “Kill the wabbit!”. Does the book fulfill the title’s high expectations? Find out here! You know how there is always that one book whose title is so interesting that you have to read it? ThatContinue reading “Book Reviews From the Vault: Kill the Farm Boy”