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Book Review: The House of Unexpected Sisters

So, I love finding books at the library.  I found this book on display at my local library.  I was immediately drawn to the picture on the cover.  253 more words


The Savage Damsel and the Dwarf

It seems that it’s around this time during the month that not only do I feel obligated to write again, but I feel the words bouncing and tearing around inside me looking to ricochet across a broader space than my mere insides can provide. 1,210 more words


Crimson Peak

The Gothic Romance Genre is Reinvigorated by direcror Guillermo Del Toro in Crimson Peak

Crimson Peak, 2015 is a contemporary twenty-first century film set within the past; director and screenwriter Guillermo Del Toro was inspired by the Expressionism movement and the expansion of spiritualism. 2,579 more words


Heroes for My Daughter

This review was originally published on Future Female Leaders

I love a good hero or heroine and I seek out inspirational stories on the daily. Therefore, when I found out that Brad Meltzer, famous and best-selling mystery and thriller author, had a book called Heroes for My Daughter, I knew I had to check it out. 833 more words

Can Flowers Feed our Souls and Bodies? #Nature #History #Inspiration

Flowers are inspiring! Seeing the return of the wild Camas & Bluebells blooming in my nearest park (Beacon Hill in Victoria, British Columbia) always revives my spirits and reminds me of this… 558 more words

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