Book Review| Tales of When

Tales of When was written by N. Dahir, who is a young Canadian author and poetess. With a great passion for writing and storytelling, she self-published her first book at the age of 20 on August 2018. To start with the review  about Tales of When, it's really hard to believe that the author is … Continue reading Book Review| Tales of When

Book Review| The Adventures of Jenny and Philip

Today we are reviewing The Adventures of Jenny and Philip by Author Dawn-Maria France. First off, we have to thank the Yorkshire Women's Life Magazine for sending us a copy of the author's book for review. For those of you that haven't figured it out by the title, The Adventures of Jenny and Philip is … Continue reading Book Review| The Adventures of Jenny and Philip

Business Feature|Book Therapy

Bijal Shah is a book therapist. She creates personalized reading lists for people based on their needs, interests and reading habits. In a world where a new book is published every minute, how do we filter what’s worth reading versus what should be shelved? Do we need someone who can curate reading lists for us based on our individual preferences, … Continue reading Business Feature|Book Therapy

News| #1000BlackGirlBooks

A New Jersey fifth grader, Marley Dias was unsatisfied with the lack of diversity in the books she was being assigned to read, and she decided to call for a change, starting the #1000BlackGirlBooks movement in November. The project calls for 1,000 books with black girls as main characters — not background or minor characters — … Continue reading News| #1000BlackGirlBooks

Good Reads| The Monster’s Inside

In just about every nursery rhyme that most of us have ever heard included a good little boy name Jack. The Jack from The Monsters Inside was also a good little boy but he had monsters inside. He was really no different from any other child but he allowed his "monsters" or should we say … Continue reading Good Reads| The Monster’s Inside