Tag Archives: #Nonfiction

My Book Review of Running With Roselle

Running With Roselle by Michael Hingson My rating: 5 of 5 stars Moving and Inspiring What a delightful read. I ran the gamut of emotions – excited, thrilled, amused, fearful, sad… This is a well told true story with people and pups you adore. The structure of the book was brilliant. It educated the reader on guide dogs as well

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My Book Review of Courage: Find Your Fire and Ignite Action in Your Life

Courage: Find Your Fire and Ignite Action in Your Life by Glenda Benevides My rating: 3 of 5 stars Empowering Though Sometimes Muddled I found this book to be positive and empowering. However, I struggled with it because often the message was muddled. For example, at one point, the author writes: “Freedom is not present if you say ‘no.’” Then,

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How To Be a Goldfish by Jane Baird Warren

How To Be a Goldfish A compelling read about acceptance and understanding by critically acclaimed children’s author, Jane Baird Warren The book is published by Scholastic Canada and is available in paperback format Some family secrets feel too big to share… When her teacher assigns a family tree project for Parents’ Day, Lizzie knows it won’t be long until Scotch

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How to Live Like a Monk: Medieval Wisdom for Modern Life

HOW TO LIVE LIKE A MONK: MEDIEVAL WISDOM FOR MODERN LIFE How medieval monastic practices―with their emphasis on a healthy soul, mind, and body―can inspire us to live fuller lives today We know that they prayed, sang, and wore long robes, but what was it really like to be a monk? Though monastic living may seem unimaginable to us moderns,

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#DidYouKnow – Jeanette Rankin?

First Woman Elected To American Congress Jeanette Rankin was a remarkable woman who fought for woman’s suffrage. Then, in 1916, when most women still didn’t have the right to vote, Jeanette became one of two members of the U.S. House of Representatives for Montana. She served two terms (during WWI and WWII) as a Republican, known for being a women‘s

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A scientific discovery of witches in fiction from Kelly Florence and Meg Hafdahl

THE SCIENCE OF WITCHCRAFT A scientific discovery of witches in fiction—Chilled Adventures of Sabrina, Sleeping Beauty, Wicked and so many more! The Bram Stoker Award nominated horror duo of Kelly Florence and Meg Hafdahl is back with yet another critically acclaimed novel of horror non-fiction analogy! Released by Skyhorse Publishing. The book is available worldwide in digital and print format. Kelly Florence and

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September Is Disease Literacy Month

Knowledge is power and understanding about one’s chronic illness is vital. More so, it is an important aspect of the overall patient care. If you don’t know what’s happening with your body, you may not know the right things to tell your medical staff or what treatment options you have available or should attempt. September’s a time to encourage people

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