Sarah Butland

Yoga and Meditation in the Library by Jenn Carson

Yoga and Meditation in the Library by Jenn Carson

Yoga and Meditation at the Library: A Practical Guide for Librarians by Jenn Carson My rating: 5 of 5 stars Practical, useful, inspiring and thorough – this book offers everything you need and more to host a Yoga event in your community. Not just for librarians, this book can be used by anyone hoping to […]

Feck Perfuction by James Victore

Feck Perfuction by James Victore

As the title implies, this book is about being creative, forgetting being a perfectionist and just doing! Here is my Goodreads review: Feck Perfuction: Dangerous Ideas on the Business of Life by James Victore My rating: 5 of 5 stars Absolutely what I needed to read right now, for personal as well as professional gains. […]

It’s Elf Time…

In the houses of many, December 1st doesn’t just mean it’s closer to Christmas, winter, or the change of the month it’s Elf Arrival time. While I adore the creativity behind each story and it gets people talking about traditions which is lovely, who has the time?! My son, now 10, has been asking for […]

One for the Rock by Kevin Major

A murder mystery I finished Halloween night as it better set the mood for the conclusion of the well-written story published by Breakwater Books. Set in Newfoundland, fitting for the title, the story takes Sebastian through a journey like no other and none he ever expected. A former teacher, he now makes his money as […]

Another Question from the Series

Wait for a publisher or self-publish? That will all depend on you and how long you want to wait. Both have perks, all have drawbacks. I’m independently published which is grouped with self-publishing. It’s an uphill battle with regards to getting respect and recognition. For example, I was welcomed to the Writers in the Schools […]

Questions I Love to Be Asked

Questions I Love to Be Asked

Recently I have connected with so many new writers it’s convinced me I’m on the brink of a major tipping point in my writing career. It’s been overwhelming but so enjoyable and confidence boosting. With each connection comes a question or two (or more) so I thought I would start sharing them here as I […]

A Review of: Send More Tourists… The Last Ones Were Delicious

A collection of short stories by Tracey Waddleton I hoped was a novel. Each story grabbed me and sucked me in then ended, letting me decide if she made it to Russia, if the driver survived, or who killed the lady in the lake but I guess that makes for a good story – leaving […]

Making Connections

Life isn’t always easy, filled with parties and great friends. Sometimes it means sitting alone and pondering your existence and that’s ok, too. A lot of people I talk to have been wondering where all the good friends have gone lately. A childhood friend staying connected through social media but never really sharing their life […]