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My Quintessence is Now Available

  My Quintessence 2nd edition

Is now available!

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“Are You Ready For a Journey Into the Soul?
If you love the sound of rain against the roof in the middle of the night, or if you have ever felt compelled to dance to the rhythm of a band that only you could hear, you will love this collection of poetry from Jasmine Farrell. 169 more words


Small Chapters Unboxing

I’m back with another unboxing of books, this time it’s only three but I had to get them. They were from Chapters and I just had to. 134 more words


“This new book on my shelf has earned my fascination. How the author climbed the ladder of success from humble beginnings (or a seemingly insurmountable state) and how he stayed connected to the grains of the sand make the book even more inspiring.

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Mark Billingham's "Sleepyhead" Book Review

I’m a fan of crime, I love Columbo, and so I was intrigued about the Tom Thorne character. I’ve just finished this book however, and what seemed like it could be very interesting turned out to be a big disappointment. 305 more words


READ-A-THON MINI CHALLENGE: Classic Words of Wisdom

“I cannot express it; but surely you and everybody have a

notion that there is, or should be, an existence of yours

beyond you.”

— Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte… 160 more words


7. The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan

For the next in my (slightly ailing) 52 Books Challenge, I am reviewing The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan. This lovely book is the lasting legacy of a rising star, shot down far too soon. 714 more words


Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert (Book Review)

Finding your purpose with all the chaos going in your life is never an easy task in this strange world.  We all sometimes catch ourselves wondering where to go next, what to do in our years to come. 287 more words