Book Review: 143 Visuals to Inspire you to Take Action by Scott Terrance

Rating: * * * Book Review: Some of the visuals were hard to follow because they had a lot of info, or it was too jumbled. Those I just bypassed. Other visuals were very colorful and informative. I don’t think it inspired me, but I did take some notes from it. I feel it should have been better executed as it feels like they were all tossed in a random collection. Maybe adding themes would have helped refine it. Continue reading Book Review: 143 Visuals to Inspire you to Take Action by Scott Terrance

Book Review: Typhoid Mary by Charlie Dalton

(MINOR SPOILER ALERT) Rating: * * * (MINOR SPOILER ALERT) Book Review: The beginning sets the mood for what’s bound to happen and nothing good will come of it. You get thrown right into a hell-bent reality that doesn’t promise to get better but worse. The only thing missing is that I wanted some more clarification on what really happened with her family. But with the way everything ends I believe I got my answer. And it’s not pretty. Honestly, this deserves ***1/2 stars. I did like the content and the suspense was intense throughout the entirety of the book. Continue reading Book Review: Typhoid Mary by Charlie Dalton

Book Review: The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells

Rating * * * Book Review: It sort of fell flat for me. A great concept and classic that one should be excited to read, but not enough happening and a very slow start. I understand it’s a classic but I was expecting more. For me, it didn’t pick up until closer to the end and even the execution of the end is short lived. Not awful, but not great. It could have used a little more action and interaction. Continue reading Book Review: The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells

Book Review: The Little Book of Sloth Philosophy by Jennifer McCartney

Rating: * * * Book Review: I love sloths and this little book of sloth philosophy is just the cutest thing you’re going to read! Both comical and informative as the philosophies come in handy to bring a smile on a stressful day. Definitely worth checking into and then following through with them (the philosophies). So, go ahead and read this book—or take a nap! There’s no rush! Continue reading Book Review: The Little Book of Sloth Philosophy by Jennifer McCartney