Month: May 2019

The Tatooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Historical fiction is my favorite genre and it is always a delight to read. However, this is my first experience with stories about the holocaust and maybe I have actually avoided them prior to this time as I do not have the stomach for…

Speak…………A Poem by Biyai Garricks

If I were to speak about my life, It would be about you and I, A story of first love, Of innocence, of passion and of faith, About a love that consumes every memory of the life I lived before our eyes met, Nothing…

Book Review: Expect To Win – It’s Never Too Late To Achieve Your Goals by John Mason

Reading this book is part of my journey to achieve my dreams. I turned 40, May 2018. A few months to my birthday, I found myself thinking about all the things I had planned to accomplish before I turned 40 and ended up feeling…

Book Review: Girl Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

This audio book took me much longer than I anticipated. Having read ‘Girl Stop Apologizing’ last month, which I enjoyed a lot, I decided to go for this one. I guess I may  spent more time listening to this book because it almost served…

May 2019 New Titles: Top Ten Books To Look out for this Month

Another new month is here and so are fresh titles that will keep you hooked! Here are my top ten picks to look out for this month. Some have been published and others will be published later this month. With a wide variety to…