Five Non-Fiction Books That Will Change Your Perspective

From memoirs to essay collections to everything in-between, non-fiction books provide readers with new ways to view the world they live in and the people they admire. However, there are many readers who consider non-fiction boring or unable to fit their tastes, which is understandable. Why read about he “real world” when all you’re looking … More Five Non-Fiction Books That Will Change Your Perspective

Book Review: “Lost Boy” by Christina Henry

Alice and Red Queen author Christina Henry doesn’t disappoint with her latest novel, Lost Boy: The True Story of Captain Hook. J.M. Barrie’s classic story of Peter Pan takes on a darker twist, exposing Peter’s more sinister side. Narrated by Jamie, Peter’s first and most favored Lost Boy, we learn one simple truth: Peter lies. … More Book Review: “Lost Boy” by Christina Henry

Four Ways to Implement Self-Care Into Your Busy Routine

In today’s society, we follow a hectic, often draining, fast paced way of living. Whether we’re working long hours, caring for loved ones, or just walking the dog, it’s easy for us to forget to take a moment for ourselves. Some days, even the thought of setting aside five minutes to breathe seems daunting, but … More Four Ways to Implement Self-Care Into Your Busy Routine

Not Your Average Verse: Ten Poetry Books You Should Read

Call me biased, but I don’t think poetry gets the recognition it deserves. Browse through any bookshop and you’ll usually only find one shelf dedicated to poetry, both classic and modern. Many will tell you that poetry doesn’t sell well, which, in turn, tends to scare publishers away from poets. The low sale of poetry, … More Not Your Average Verse: Ten Poetry Books You Should Read

Book Review: “The Spit, the Sound, and the Nest” by Kathrine Sowerby

Kathrine Sowerby’s latest book, The Spit, the Sound, and the Nest, is a unique work of art that captured my attention from page one. Unlike the average novel set-up with a distinct beginning, middle, and end, Sowerby’s work presents three novellas that take place in unnamed locations over a winter, a day, and a week. … More Book Review: “The Spit, the Sound, and the Nest” by Kathrine Sowerby