Book Review: For My Beloved: Love Poems by Virginia Martin

Rating: * * * * * Book Review: For my beloved really caters to the notion that love is very much alive, and you finish reading feeling more loved and knowing you should be loved. While I had many favorites this is by far, one of my favorites: “I want someone to find me that looks at me and sees what is inside with his heart all wrapped in love” There are 3 sections to this wonderful love poetry collection: Part 1 (Power of Love/Seeking Love), Part 2 (New Love/In Love) and Part 3 (Past Love/Second Chance Love). This collection … Continue reading Book Review: For My Beloved: Love Poems by Virginia Martin

Book Review: Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix

Rating: * * * * * Book Review: An unpleasant and unexpected ride right into what could be conceived as the depths of hell. Nothing is what it seems, and your mind is breaking right in front of you. But what do you do? In the long run is it worth resisting or is the fight for survival worth more? It starts from trying to uncover a mystery in the store to uncovering something that can’t ever be unseen. Your mind might not ever be the same after reading this but, I do wish you luck! Continue reading Book Review: Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix

Queen of Legacy: Merle R. Saferstein

AUTHOR BIO: As the director of educational outreach at the Holocaust Documentation and Education Center for twenty-six years, Merle Saferstein worked closely with hundreds of Holocaust survivors helping them to pass along their Legacy of Remembrance to hundreds of thousands of students and teachers. When she retired from the Holocaust Center, she developed a course entitled Living and Leaving Your Legacy® and teaches and speaks to audiences locally, nationally, and internationally.  She trains hospice staff and volunteers showing them ways to help patients leave their legacies and works closely with the patients at the end of their lives doing sacred … Continue reading Queen of Legacy: Merle R. Saferstein

Book Review: The Eagle and The Salmon Shark by Arthur Trope

Rating: * * * * Book Review: Not what I expected, but surprisingly good. I had seen a different ending in my head over the one in this book. Though it tells of two different animals different in species, but similar in journey, it had sadness undertones. Learning of how these two species view their lives proved to be entertaining and frustrating. Frustrating from the eagle’s perspective and entertaining from the salmon shark’s perspective. Overall, it’s a quick read but worth it! Continue reading Book Review: The Eagle and The Salmon Shark by Arthur Trope