The Other Miss Bridgerton Book Review

The Other Miss Bridgerton, written by Julia Quinn, continues her series of the Rokesby family in the 1700’s. As the third book in the series, the main character has been introduced previously. In this book we meet one of the many cousins of the Bridgerton family. The Bridgerton family stars in another of Quinn's series.... Continue Reading →

Soulless

Soulless by Gail Carriger started with an interesting premise. In an alternative Victorian society, supernatural beings are generally accepted as long as they behave. The supernatural beings must register with a special group created to police them. This groups keeps track of any changes that could be problematic, as well as employs supernaturals to help... Continue Reading →

Cold Magic Review

Kate Elliott created a whole new world in her novel Cold Magic. The familiar names of the countries give a false sense of familiarity. Truly though the world is unique. Through this unique world, Kate Elliott created a fascinating story that includes action, adventure, mystery, fantasy, politics, and even romance. There is a little bit... Continue Reading →

Ella Enchanted Review

Ella Enchanted, written by Gail Carson Levine, is an enjoyable novel for all ages. For this reason I include it as one of my favorite novels. Whenever I need a light, quick, amusing read, I turn to Ella Enchanted. Review Levine based this novel on the Cinderella story. The main character, Ella, was cursed with... Continue Reading →

Book Challenge for 2019

If one of your resolutions involves reading more, then try a book challenge. Challenges encourage reading many different books. You might even discover a new genre you love. I created a book challenge to encourage me to read a wide variety of books. I wanted to try new things. This challenge has 52 categories of... Continue Reading →

Finding Something New

Let’s face it, we have all been there. At some point we finish reading all the books our current favorite author wrote and think, “Now what?” The seemingly endless supply of wonderful, new to us books ended. We realize that now we have to either start over, reread other authors, or find something new. We... Continue Reading →

My Favorite Patricia Briggs

Sometimes the lesser known novels of well-known authors turn out to be the most interesting. Patricia Briggs is a well known urban fantasy author. Most people recognize her for her Mercy Thompson series, but this series does not include my favorite book by her. In fact I enjoy reading her lesser known books more. Mercy... Continue Reading →

The Obesity Code Review

Obesity Culprit Are we genetically inclined for obesity? According to Dr. Jason Fung we are at least 70% genetically inclined. That does not mean we can’t fight the obesity. Dr. Fung explains that this recent inclination towards genetic obesity can be controlled if we go back to previous thoughts of eating. In his book “The... Continue Reading →

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