If I keep feeling like what I’m doing isn’t worth it, is there any point in continuing?
Archives for Month: March 2018
World War I is fast approaching in Shadows Over England now, and A Song Unheard puts readers amidst the terror as both a Belgium refugee and victim.
Previously reviewed books in the Shadows Over England series:
There’s a very fine line between hunger, exhaustion and a stuffy nose, and I don’t have tolerance for all three at once. 😣
My recap from last year’s GFAF Expo in Dallas 😍
📷 This post is photo-heavy.
This book put me to sleep. I did like the character development involved, however, hence why I gave it 3/5 ⭐ stars.
Results from alternative medicine = placebo effect, so you shouldn’t try them.
Except alternative medicine starts out as such until it is proven to be what is known as simply “medicine”.
New Seattle is weird, and Ravi is what now?
Spoilers ensue if you’ve not watched the episode, because I have no filter and need to fangirl out (and this blog is the only place to which I’m actually committed).
Remember how I said I most likely wouldn’t be reviewing anymore nonfiction novels? This one piqued my interest and was hard to put down.