Feb 252020
The Beauty of Humanity Movment by Camilla Gibb

The Beauty of Humanity Movement by Camilla Gibb My rating: 4 of 5 stars Read in celebration of I Read Canadian Day. Something about the stories Gibb tells and the way she tells them intrigues me. Not my usual book of choice, the power and intensity behind the plot and the brilliance of each character […]

Feb 032020

Jason Lawson is a New Brunswick author I will always be eager to read as the only guarantee from his stories is greatness. Sometimes there is a lot of humour, other times history and sometimes, like in The Heist, fast paced adventure that had me hooked from the first scene. Sarah was waiting for the […]

Jan 202020

While this is the sequel to Oakwood Island, it has been awhile since I read the first book and it all came flooding back. I also realized reading the first book beforehand wouldn’t be necessary to the understanding (?) of this story though it’s recommended. The mysteries of Oakwood Island go far beyond what one […]

Jan 132020
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, […]

Jan 122020
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 […]

Jan 112020
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. […]

Jan 062020

It’s a new year and the theme at this time of year is happiness. We’re all supposed to ring in the new year with a fresh start and resolved to make it the best year yet but it’s not always easy. Many have a longstanding tradition of ringing in the new year at a party, […]

Dec 082019

Our days are filled with miracles though it’s easy to miss them. A smile from a loved one, a shared experience with a family member or a new story told that makes you smile or feel warm inside. But we miss them, too often, looking for something greater. An ordinary moment that has become so […]