Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel My rating: 5 of 5 stars I hesitated giving 5 stars only because I wanted more. Not my usual genre of choice, I read this for a book club and really quite enjoyed it. The twists through time and tragedy, through a plague and before the plague, characters […]

We Will All Be Received by  Leslie Vryenhoek

We Will All Be Received by Leslie Vryenhoek

We All Will Be Received by Leslie Vryenhoek My rating: 5 of 5 stars I had no idea what to expect but, as cliche as it was, was hooked immediately. The characters were real, the setting of Newfoundland was brought to life and the story, while hopefully extreme in some cases, was overall very sweet, […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 Prayer by Stephan J Myers

The Prayer by Stephan J Myers

Christmas classics are filled with light, magic and hope and this book should be among the greats. Though short, this beautiful poem complete with pictures, immediately had me reflecting on past Christmas’ and the less fortunate I knew. A simple yet effective poem which brings the reader back to the magic of their present filled […]