The Book Review The Truth About Lies: The Illusion of Honesty and the Evolution of Deceit by Aja Raden is one of the most interesting and eye-opening books I've ever read, and honestly… It was barrels of fun! Aja Raden is very obviously a researcher at heart. And to top it off, an educator. Aja… Continue reading The Truth About Lies: The Illusion of Honesty and the Evolution of Deceit by Aja Raden – Book Review
Just Get Up: And Manifest Your Inner Genius by Isaac Samuel Miller is non-fiction, self help book with a pinch of religion, all about achieving greatness in your life. This book starts off with many chapters all about Isaac's life. We learn about a young boy who has big dreams to be in the NBA.… Continue reading Just Get Up: And Manifest Your Inner Genius by Isaac Samuel Miller Book Review
I love a well written children's biography book. What can I say? I like to learn and this is the kind of book I wanted as a kid. I could only read so many Mr. Men and Bernstein Bears books before my brain exploded. So, welcome to my adulthood journey into nostalgia and my goal… Continue reading #BookReview Albert Einstein by Inspired Inner Genius
High School by Sara Quin and Tegan Quin is a wonderful biography all about the famous musicians' high school years. This was a book that really had me hooked despite being a genre I don't jump into too often. I couldn't believe how enchanting and engaging it was! The pictures, the events, the relatable nature…… Continue reading #BookReview High School by Tegan and Sara Quin
If you're looking for a book that will stir your emotions but also remind you that you're not alone, this is it! Unmuted: Stories of Courage and Resilience from the GenPRIDE Community is a delightful book with many short stories within its pages. Background: GenPRIDE is a nonprofit I had not heard of before I… Continue reading #BookReview Unmuted: Stories of Courage and Resilience from the GenPRIDE Community by Steven Knipp et al.
The Edge of Whiteness by Joe Montaperto is a smashing read all about Joe's school hijinks in the 1970s. If you're looking for a blast from the past, this book is for you! Joe Montaperto's school life is full of misfits, hijinks, Sicilian heritage, hilarious name calling, amazing references and lots of hilarity. This book… Continue reading #BookReview The Edge of Whiteness by Joe Montaperto
Breakfast at Bronzefield is one of the best books I've read this year. No jokes. No lies. It's one of those books that opens you up to a world you might have heard of, but never really truly knew about before. I've watched Orange is the New Black, and have heard all of the stories… Continue reading #BookReview Breakfast at Bronzefield by Sophie Campbell