Month: September 2018

This is Love: Poetry and Prose by Carolyn Riker

TO BE LOVED by Carolyn Riker “Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of her life, every quality of her mind, is written large in her words.” – Virginia Woolf       Carolyn’s first book, Blue Clouds: A Collection of SOUL’S CREATIVE INTELLIGENCE is also available for purchase from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.…

Book Review: AN ANONYMOUS GIRL: A Novel

AN ANONYMOUS GIRL: A Novel Authors: Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Publisher’s Page for An Anonymous Girl: A Novel Genres: General Fiction (Adult), Women’s Fiction, Mystery & Thriller, Psychological Thriller Page Count: 384 Pages ISBN: 9781250133731 Publication Date: January 8, 2019 Pre-order Now From Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, IndieBound, Powell’s My…

The Ebb and Flow of Relationships

Originally posted on Book Reviews & Musings:
“We return to each other in waves. This is how water loves.” – Nayyirah Waheed When I chose to write this blog post on the ebb and flow of relationships, I did not stop to consider the raw emotion I would experience while writing my way through to completion. The idea came to me…

Book Review: The Man Who Couldn’t Die: The Tale of an Authentic Human Being

Bibliographic information on The Man Who Couldn’t Die: The Tale of an Authentic Human Being Russian Library Page Length: 272 pages Publisher: Columbia University Press Publisher Author Page Publication Date: January 29, 2019 Author: Olga Slavnikova Translated by: Marian Schwartz Contributor: Mark Lipovetsky ISBN: 9780231185943 (Hardcover), ISBN: 9780231185950 (Paperback), ISBN: 9780231546416 (E-book) Genre: Literary Fiction,…

Book Review: HOPE AND OTHER SUPERPOWERS: A Life-Affirming, Love-Defending, Butt-Kicking, World-Saving Manifesto

“The dream of a different world (as beautiful as it is) won’t actually alter the planet—only your hands getting dirty and your feet hitting the ground will do that. Being outraged at injustice doesn’t do much for the victims of that injustice—actively moving against it does. But that’s a hell of a lot harder than outrage alone, which is why most people gladly settle for being perpetually angry and living vicariously through spandex-clad, muscle-bound, CGI demigods who do the brave things they wish they could do.”