Enjoying Life a Day at a Time
I was feeling a bit down,because of a sad ending to a book.Really ,its surprising how non-existent ,fictional characters gain your sympathy.That’s some good writing! 67 more words
Public Health Science Communication 2.0
Public Health science communication has for the past years been my field of interest. I have studied it, I have taught it, I have networked over it. 948 more words
Britt Reads Fiction
Where Two Hearts Meet is made up of two connected novellas about a pair of sisters, Allison and Tessa. They own and operate a teashop in Princeton, New Jersey. 426 more words
Wit and Cynicism
Andrew Murphy is excited about the arrival of Harbinger. How about you?
“Andrew Murphy stood outside of 311 Evergreen Street and smiled like he had never smiled before. 64 more words
The Author's Blog
Maverick is out in the market. Get your copy today! Do send us your reviews at firstname.lastname@example.org. To know more about the book, please visit the… 15 more words
As I Lay Reading
While I mostly read fiction, every once in awhile, a biography will sneak its way into my stacks. Daniel Mark Epstein’s The Lincoln’s: Portrait of a Marriage… 205 more words
Preacher on the Run...
“For Christians, the Bible is the most precious and important book we possess. In its pages are the divinely inspired words that guide us to know and love our God. 58 more words