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Book Review: “The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures”

The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures by Aaron Mahnke has its roots in an online podcast, and up until Christmas, I knew nothing about it. It was my sister, actually, who put this book in my hands. She noticed me reading a book of Victorian ghost stories - a favorite subject - and, so she… Continue reading Book Review: “The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures”

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6 Ways Busy People Can Read More Books

LIt's been said by experts that reading a little bit every day can help you be a smarter version of yourself. And while I think most of us are inclined to believe that is true, it may seem difficult to fit in time to read each and every day. Work, school, and life obligations often… Continue reading 6 Ways Busy People Can Read More Books

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Monthly Book Review: March 2019

Normally, I try to read 5-6 books in a month, which I've successfully accomplished a few times in a row. As my reading list is more than a mile long, the more I get through the better, although I do like to take the time to really enjoy what I'm reading, instead of just pounding… Continue reading Monthly Book Review: March 2019

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Book Review: A Man Called Ove

I just recently finished A Man Called Oveby Fredrik Backman, and let me tell you, it is not what I expected. Just from the cover (don't cringe too much) I could tell that the story had nothing to do with fantasy, adventure or swash-buckling heroes, so, naturally, I wasn't interested. That being said, it seems… Continue reading Book Review: A Man Called Ove