New Features! I have decided that I would start adding my own stamp of approval to books I think are worthy of a read no matter what style of books a reader likes. This may be because it is informational, important life lessons, or it just might be something I would like to encourage others to read because I like it.
This stamp will mostly be used for 5 star ratings but there may be the odd time that I think a 4 star book is something that should be read.
That's all I wanted to let you know!
Have a great day and happy reading.
Hey everyone. Kind of a random book to review, considering the content, but I think it's worth discussing. My friend recommended this book to me while she was editing something for me. I guess my grammar could use some improvement and she seemed to think this book would help. I can now say that I agree with that. The book is about grammar, but it is by no means a boring read if you are looking to improve your writing. The author has a very strong voice and uses sarcasm and emotion to get her point across in a way that you'll remember. It's a very short read, so it's worth the time to just sit down and read in one sitting. The only complaint I would have about this book is that she spends more time talking about useless stories in her life than actually teaching you what to do. Her information is really helpful if you can get through the rest of her stories. That's all I really have to say about it. Check it out if you're interested in this type of book. 4
Hey everyone, it's been a while. It's a new year now and so many things have changed, in my life and probably in yours. While I'm not doing as much reading now, at least not in the fiction sense, I am still doing some reviews for those kind authors who request them. Reading this book I decided to go in blind so that I wasn't influenced by what I expected to happen. At first I had a few problems, mainly with the 'show don't tell' aspect that really embraces the reader without holding their hand too much. All I knew about the book was a brief bio of the author, which was sent to me with the book. I did have high hopes for this after reading the bio, because the author seemed very lively and had a history with actually publishing professional books. Thankfully, my hopes were in the right place. I ended up very much enjoying the book and the writing style was much easier to flow with the deeper I got into it. Let me tell you a bit about it: The book follo
Hey everyone, back again. Doing a quick write up while I'm in class because I need a break from my crushing stress. The author was kind enough to send me a copy of this book a few weeks ago. I read the first book in the series which was Forestium, and now changed to Joshua and the Magical Forest. This is the second book to that series and there is a third book on the way. It feels like it's been a million years since I first read the first book, but I still remember the details quite well. The author does a great job at creating a memorable world and characters. It was nice to see a second book that is written just as well as the first one. Let me tell you about it: Joshua and his friend Sarah are returning home after their long journey to destroy the evil Goat, who had tortured their lands. Joshua is looking forward to introducing Sarah to his mother and his other friends from his village. But when they arrive in the village they find it destroyed, with all of the peopl