I am absolutely disgusted by the villainization of Israel in the media. And I’m disgusted by the hate it incites in people across the world regarding a situation they simply don’t understand (this is made clear when Israel is referred to as a colonizer). The end goal is peace, and the media fans the flames… Continue reading Why is Social Media Silent?
Thank you to Agora Books for inviting me to be a part of this book's blog tour. Before I dive into my review for this book, let's give you a little blurb of this novel by Carol Cooper: ‘Memories are fragile when you are seventy years old. I can’t afford to lose any more of… Continue reading Blog Tour – The Girls From Alexandria by Carol Cooper
Thank you to NetGalley for this ARC. I believe I am the exact demographic for which this book was written. I have a Masters in Library and Information Sciences - a degree I pursued simply due to my love of books - so technically, I am a “librarian”. I am a Canadian who spent 8… Continue reading The Paris Library – a Spoiler-Free Review
Note: some affiliate links I swear, this won’t become a bookish rant blog, but there’s something that needs discussing. Reviewing books is an art. For many, it’s an actual paying career. Library reviewers are employed to make critical and necessary decisions about what products they bring onto their shelves and how they should be advertised… Continue reading Book Reviewing – Not Every Book is THAT Good
Note: Some affiliate links, all images and descriptions are sourced from Amazon.com I’m a sucker for deals, and sometimes the Kindle eBook deals are too good to resist. A little while ago my husband bought me a Kindle Fire (I got the 7 which is temporarily out of stock, but at a cheaper price point… Continue reading Amazon eBook Deals I Couldn’t Resist