What Am I Reading – Chapter Thirty-Two

Hi Everyone, May is finally here! What are you looking forward to this month? For me, I’m excited for the nicer (and more consistent) weather and to go on vacation to Milwaukee later on! Yes, I’ll be visiting some bookstores there. In addition, I’m ecstatic to show you the books that I’m reading and writingContinue reading “What Am I Reading – Chapter Thirty-Two”

What Am I Reading – Chapter Twenty-Nine

Hi Everybody, I’ve been reading lots of wonderful books lately, and I want to show two new titles that I started recently. Both of them contain main characters attempting to avoid persecution by passing. Let’s begin with something that’s definitely suited for my profession! The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict (the pen name of HeatherContinue reading “What Am I Reading – Chapter Twenty-Nine”

What Am I Reading – Chapter Twenty-Five

Hi Everyone, It’s been awhile since I showed you the last chapter. I finished a number of books like The Women of the Copper Country by Mary Doria Russell, and I started a new title not too long ago that I’d like to share with all of you. American Shaolin – Flying Kicks, Buddhist Monks,Continue reading “What Am I Reading – Chapter Twenty-Five”

What Am I Reading – Chapter Eighteen

Hi Everybody, It’s been awhile since we’ve had this series, and I’m still reading Miracle Creek by Angie Kim and Confessions of a Bad Ugly Singer by Collette McLafferty. Today, I’ve got two new books to talk about, so let’s get started! Dalva by Jim Harrison is about a woman who gave up her sonContinue reading “What Am I Reading – Chapter Eighteen”

What Am I Reading – Chapter Fifteen

Hello Everybody!!! I hope everybody had great Flag and Juneteenth Days! I sure did! I’m currently reading four titles right now – the two I introduced in Chapter 14 as well as Legends of the Fall by Jim Harrison and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars: Making a Legend by Simon Van Booy and Harvey Briggs. So the most logical thingContinue reading “What Am I Reading – Chapter Fifteen”

Educated Book Review

I know that this is hard to believe, but there’s a reason why truth is stranger than fiction. With fiction, an author can make stuff up while getting into a character’s mind and analyze their actions. Truth doesn’t permit one to do that. When composing nonfiction, authors have to write about what actually happened, andContinue reading “Educated Book Review”

What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City Book Review

As a Michigander, I read books about and involving my state whatever chance I get. Recently, I came across What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City by Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha – a pediatrician at the Hurley Medical Center in Flint, and it opened my eyes upContinue reading “What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City 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: Always Look on the Bright Side of Life, A Sortabiography

There were a multitude of reasons why I started reviewing books and sharing them with others. One of them was this particular author Eric Idle. He has a reader’s blog on his website, and he would promote it on Twitter. I thought that this was so interesting that I wanted to do it myself. SoContinue reading “Book Reviews From the Vault: Always Look on the Bright Side of Life, A Sortabiography”

Confessions of a Campaign Manager Book Review

Confessions of a Campaign Manager Book Review Full disclosure: I was given a free PDF copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I am not usually the type to read about politics in a straight manner. However, since I recently read Confessions of a Campaign Manager by Bharat Krishnan, it allowed meContinue reading “Confessions of a Campaign Manager Book Review”