Simon’s Cat Vs. the World at The Book Cellar November 20th!!

Comics have a dear place in my heart.  I love them.  I learned to read from comics.  The ones in the paper and comic books read aloud to me.  The combination of pictures and words allows everyone to understand what is going on.  Yet, the best comics don’t always have words.  This is the case […]

The Rx Factor by J. Thomas Shaw

I was pleasantly surprised with this book.  It isn’t generally the type of plot lines I usually read, but it kept me hooked until the end.  The political intrigue is set from the start.  We get actual news articles about drug trials gone bad in the prologue.  The scene being set, I knew I was […]

The Rx Factor by J. Thomas Shaw

I was pleasantly surprised with this book.  It isn’t generally the type of plot lines I usually read, but it kept me hooked until the end.  The political intrigue is set from the start.  We get actual news articles about drug trials gone bad in the prologue.  The scene being set, I knew I was […]

Ready Player One By Ernest Cline

Rarely do I feel the need to stay up all night reading.  This happens only with a few favorites, but this has become one of them.  Ready Player One is just the insider attitude and geek out that I needed.  I consider myself a gamer and nerd, but I stray more to the books and […]

Ready Player One By Ernest Cline

Rarely do I feel the need to stay up all night reading.  This happens only with a few favorites, but this has become one of them.  Ready Player One is just the insider attitude and geek out that I needed.  I consider myself a gamer and nerd, but I stray more to the books and […]

Sundays at Tiffany’s By James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet

Honestly, the book far outweighs the movie in amounts of happiness distributed.  There is   more of everything including plot, humor, and heart in the book.  A read it till the end and find it’s past one in the morning.  It was worth the dark circles.  A delight of a read with a pace that […]

Sundays at Tiffany’s By James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet

Honestly, the book far outweighs the movie in amounts of happiness distributed.  There is   more of everything including plot, humor, and heart in the book.  A read it till the end and find it’s past one in the morning.  It was worth the dark circles.  A delight of a read with a pace that […]

Independent Book Blogger Awards!!

We just entered the Independent Book Blogger Awards!  It would totally be awesome if you’d vote for us starting Tuesday April 10th – Monday April 23rd.  If picked we get to go to NYC for the Book Expo America!!  Thanks a bunch Vote for this blog for the Independent Book Blogger Awards!Vote

Independent Book Blogger Awards!!

We just entered the Independent Book Blogger Awards!  It would totally be awesome if you’d vote for us starting Tuesday April 10th – Monday April 23rd.  If picked we get to go to NYC for the Book Expo America!!  Thanks a bunch Vote for this blog for the Independent Book Blogger Awards!Vote

Remnant By Roland Allnach

This is a three part anthology.  All three parts in the same binding each can be considered a novella while the whole thing is only about two hundred pages.  I was intrigued by the tag line “When all that’s left is broken, which piece do you pick up first?”  The kind of question that makes […]

Remnant By Roland Allnach

This is a three part anthology.  All three parts in the same binding each can be considered a novella while the whole thing is only about two hundred pages.  I was intrigued by the tag line “When all that’s left is broken, which piece do you pick up first?”  The kind of question that makes […]

Bodhi’s Warm Berry Quinoa with Honey Butter

I have to say that I love odd things for breakfast.  So this recipe I found in the Organic Family Cookbook, was right up my alley.  Quinoa for breakfast with berries is absolutely delicious.  It keeps me full for hours and a feel great eating something that’s almost vegan for breakfast.  This is wonderfully easy […]