Failing Upwards: Discover the importance of failure on your way to success (How To Find Success Through Failure) reveals a concept that explains why failing is necessary for progress. Though understood in theory, most of us fear the idea of failing the first time we try and so hesitate or simply never try. This book […]

Love You Like Suicide by Jo Treggiari

Love You Like Suicide by Jo Treggiari

Striking, brutally honest and a heart breaking tale of life in the fast lane. Speed, alcohol and careless mistakes fill a life with adventure and risk but they are not all without consequence. Love You Like Suicide (Fierce Shorts), written by Jo Treggiari, is a short story in the Becoming Fierce collection and describes the […]

The Long Last Year by Gerard Collins

The Long Last Year by Gerard Collins

Becoming Fierce is all about how awful life can be when you’re a teen. A collection of creative non-fiction short stories meant to reach out to those suffering with the drama they feel will never end. Authors from Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick have united to empower teens and readers of all ages to […]

Vision & Visualization: How to Visualize and Imagine to Change our Life and Creates the Results that we Want

Vision & Visualization: How to Visualize and Imagine to Change our Life and Creates the Results that we Want

Stephen Ecker has a way with words and makes it known through all of his motivational books. Vision & Visualization: How to Visualize and Imagine to Change our Life and Creates the Results that we Want impressed me once again with it’s easy to read and simple to understand concept of positive thinking and understanding. […]

Dream House: A Short Story by Cheryl Kaye Tardif

Dream House: A Short Story by Cheryl Kaye Tardif

This is an outstanding short story that still creeps me out. A mother eager to start her life again in her dream home with her twin 6 year old boys and loving husband. She is impressed when they move into the house offering her more than she could imagine which fulfilled such simple requests as […]

Prince of Fire by Zara Steen

Prince of Fire by Zara Steen

I’ll give any Canadian author a chance, especially one from the Maritimes so when I discovered this paranormal I hesitated only slightly. As paranormal is typically not my genre of choice it was a challenge for me to choose this over many other books but I’m sure glad I did. Prince of Fire (The Arzulian […]

The Experiment of Dreams by Brendon Zenner

The Experiment of Dreams by Brendon Zenner

This book captured me with its fast-paced plot and realistic characters. Reminding me of recent novels by Stephen King, the mystery and masterful use of suspense kept me entertained. Meet Ben, the main character and immediately feel heart broken. A man making his living through testing and sleep experiments, Ben feels every needle prick and […]

Art of Murder

Art of Murder

*I won this audio book through a giveaway the author hosted without any obligation to write a positive review. New to audio books I hesitated listening to The Art of Murder but am glad I finally did take the plunge. With such limited time available to read, listening to a book in entirety over just […]

How to Raise a Husband by Tonilyn Hornung

How to Raise a Husband by Tonilyn Hornung

Tagline: A whole bunch of ways to build a strong and happy marriage – 100% Nag Free A book I had high hopes for. Wanting to learn from experienced spouses lessons of wisdom and practical plans to work with. And I did certainly learn a lot, I have the comfort of not being alone in […]

The Book Thief is an Impeccable Story

The Book Thief is an Impeccable Story

This book should be a prerequisite for any history course. The Book Thief taught me more about Hitler and his reign as well as what is happening today than any of my history courses were able to. Although a fictional novel there’s really no proof that the situations described with such heart breaking wisdom didn’t […]