Reading helped shape who I am

The other day I was leaving my therapist’s office (I see a therapist for anxiety related issues, which can be a whole post in and of itself), and thinking about how much I have changed in the last few years. I then got to thinking about what helped lead me to be more comfortable inContinue reading “Reading helped shape who I am”

WWBookclub Prisoner of Azkaban questions

I recently finish a re-read of the Prisoner of Azkaban after getting the illustrated version. I decided to choose a handful of the Wizard World Book club questions for Prisoner of Azbakan and answer them instead of choosing just one.    Why does Lupin ask Neville to face the Boggart? Lupin is one of the thoseContinue reading “WWBookclub Prisoner of Azkaban questions”

What does the Word Home Mean to Harry and Ron?

 The Wizarding World Book Club has moved onto Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets. The questions for the rest of book one were alright but none of them sparked any discussion post ideas for me. From the week of August 4th there were two questions that interested me. Both of them centered around theContinue reading “What does the Word Home Mean to Harry and Ron?”

Why I think the Dursleys are afraid of magic.

My obsession with Harry Potter is not a secret.  When Pottermore announced that they were going to start a Harry Potter book club a few months ago I was excited. One of my friends saw the announcement and passed it on to me. It sounded like a perfect place for me to geek out aboutContinue reading “Why I think the Dursleys are afraid of magic.”

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking – Susan Cain – (Review)

I was always the quiet kid. I did not like to be put in the center of attention and I had trouble getting to know new people. I dreaded having to go to parties where I knew only a handful of people. I was called shy because I talked little. People learned quickly that IContinue reading “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking – Susan Cain – (Review)”

Of Fire and Stars By Audrey Coulthurst – Review (Minor Spoilers)

I had not heard of Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst before it came in a subscription box. The theme of the box was Epic Journeys and I was curious how this story fit that theme. It turned out to be a fun romance. The characters were alive and exciting and it was aContinue reading “Of Fire and Stars By Audrey Coulthurst – Review (Minor Spoilers)”

History is All You Left Me – Adam Silvera – Review

This book does not play fair. This was my mantra for most of the time I was reading History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera. It was one of those books that messes with your emotions in a way that makes your head spin. One minute I was laughing, then a sentence laterContinue reading “History is All You Left Me – Adam Silvera – Review”

Fables By: Bill Willingham Review (Deluxe Edition Book One)

When I say Snow White what comes to mind? Do you envision a calm, easy-going, meek princess hiding in the woods with seven dwarves as company? How about when I ask you to think about The Big Bad Wolf? Do you envision either a human-like wolf or a man with wolf features hunting and devotingContinue reading “Fables By: Bill Willingham Review (Deluxe Edition Book One)”

Need Something to Read This Weekend?

Looking for a quick, fun and interesting read this weekend? Why not check out my book Is There More?  A short story collection with eight stories that will make you re-think the world around you. Stories that give you a different way to look at love, the books on your shelves, dating apps and more.Continue reading “Need Something to Read This Weekend?”