Veggies have Feelings Too by Spanish Missy

Veggies have Feelings Too Review: A simple story about a vegetable that wants to know why kids won’t eat him.  A Beginner’s Guide to teach your child how to practice their vegetables in Spanish.  The story is told in English, with an opportunity to read the story in Spanish to your child.  It is very simple, yet it is a fun way to learn vegetables in Spanish.  There were some names of vegetables that even I didn’t know.  It’s a great practice for both parent and child.  At the end, there is a little review regarding the story and it … Continue reading Veggies have Feelings Too by Spanish Missy

Orphan #8 by Kim van Alkemade

Orphan #8 Review: Wow!  This story has a whole lot of history to take in and is not easy to get through because of the content.  Rachel’s life was nowhere near an easy one and a lot happens throughout the book.  This book brought me to tears and laughter as I shared in Rachel’s struggle to find herself.  But, the true question that will need to be answered with this book is, when people’s wrongs have long term effects on your life, can you truly forgive them?  Can you forgive yourself? Continue reading Orphan #8 by Kim van Alkemade

Sinister Services by JD Garrett

Sinister Services Review: Just when she thought she could pick her life back up, from the horrible past she’s had to endure, Krysta finds herself in the middle of a trafficking ring, which includes her missing daughter.  With the help of a newly met mechanic named Caden and his sheriff friend, Al Truman, they all embark on a mission to find Evin, Krysta’s missing daughter.  But, Krysta isn’t the only one about to have past people resurface face to face. Continue reading Sinister Services by JD Garrett

To Kill A Sorcerer by Greg Mongrain

To Kill A Sorcerer Review: Eloquently written, “To Kill a Sorcerer”, charms us with Sebastian Montero, a handsome immortal having to solve the puzzle of who is the sorcerer.  After conversing with some trustworthy friends, they realize the sorcerer is trying to become a “Thief of Souls”.  Young girls have been killed by this sorcerer, as sacrifices, to help him gain more power.  Hamilton, Sebastian’s partner doesn’t seem to believe in magic and this is exactly where these crimes are leading to and something has to be done quickly and time is running out. Continue reading To Kill A Sorcerer by Greg Mongrain

The Real Carousel (Poetry Block 51)

Beautiful but untouchable Quaint and amazing The ghost of a silhouette Paint chipped from age Ancient in its use Webs that serve more of a strong hold Like a recollection of lost years, well hidden The eyes of a soul long vanished With a sadness that’s in unusual presence Still lingers Afraid that all has been forgotten Cast outside, outgrown In a spiral of artificial comfort There are darkest corners unknown But in the end It’s defined as inevitable For sometimes the seconds in the moment Leave a mark, then vanish   Poet’s Thoughts: In a nutshell, this poem touches … Continue reading The Real Carousel (Poetry Block 51)