I would like to be a crafty person, but I struggle with the creative part. Give me a pattern or instructions and I can usually accomplish a project. This book appealed to me because the author is all about letting creativity surround you instead of the rules of how everything should be. By sharing her … Continue reading Quilting A LOT With A Little: My Adventures by Tiffini Love Sobhani
INCLINED ELDERS BY RAMONA OLIVER Publisher: BookBaby Publication Date: July 24, 2020 Pages: 246 Pages Categories: Nonfiction / Positive Aging Scroll for Giveaway! THIS BOOK WILL BE INVALUABLE IF YOU: · Have a desire to continue living a purposeful life, no matter what your age. · Are interested in learning how to maintain a positive … Continue reading Inclined Elders – LSBBT!
The story begins with a teenager struggling to live with an overbearing mother. Rules and no freedom is wearing at the main character, Jenny. Following her life through a rigid high school experience, where she is continuously trying to buck the system, to college life where she has the guardrails removed, we watch as her … Continue reading Transformation: 30 Years by Julie Cull
Be sure to read to the bottom as the authors are offering a chance to win this book! When Barbara Venkataraman reached out to see if I would be interested in reading a book she co-authored with her son, I was surprised. I enjoy her cozy mystery series as well as her entertaining essay collections … Continue reading Accidental Activist: Justice for the Groveland Four by Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman
I won this book to pass on to one of my very new to craft authors. It looked like it could be helpful. But before passing it on I decided to read it myself. I’m glad I did because this is now going on my recommendation list for all new and even some experienced writers. … Continue reading The Complete Revision Workbook For Writers – Tools for a Polished Novel By Arielle Haughee
Ok, this is not my usual read, but the concept for this book was so intriguing I could not resist. Plus it is a Non-Fiction Book! There have been several discussions around my kitchen table about survival in an apocalypse and frankly the Walmart closing down near us has made most of our plans invalid! … Continue reading Operation Zombie Apocalypse Prep: Gearing Up! By Mr. Zhi
I won this book from the author in a contest. I was attracted to the title and description. I have always been someone who needs color in their life. My homes have always had rooms painted in different colors. My yellow kitchen makes me happy and my green bathroom is relaxing (but my daughter’s 6 … Continue reading Mad About Hue: A Memoir in Living Color by Eleyne-Mari Sharp
The old adage that "You can't judge a book by it's cover" certainly is true. Unfortunately, with so many books available to read, browsing the cover is a tried-and-true means to whittle down the choices (of course, reviews by trusted sources are important too). I read a lot books published by independent authors. Far too … Continue reading Book Cover Design Formula by Anita Nipane