Top 5 Childhood Authors

Almost every day after school, I was at the library doing homework but more precisely picking out my next book to read. It all started with the Bob Books, then came Little Bear, Henry and Mudge, Frog and Toad, No Fighting, No Biting! and many others I cannot begin to list. While I  enjoyed everything I read, … Continue reading Top 5 Childhood Authors


How Reading Fast Slows You Down

“It is not just about being well-read, it is about reading well” Writing a book and literary blog has me thinking if I will have time to read all the books I want. I know I still can but it requires enough time management to pull off. How will I ever balance the time I … Continue reading How Reading Fast Slows You Down

The October Country by Ray Bradbury | Review

Author: Ray Bradbury Illustrator: Joseph Mugnaini Publisher: Del Rey Books | Ballantine Books Published: 1955 (originally), 1996 Genres: Horror, Fantasy Pages: 336 “It’s poor judgement,” said Grandpa, “to call anything by a name. We don’t know what a hobgoblin or a vampire or a troll is. Could be lots of things. You can’t heave them into … Continue reading The October Country by Ray Bradbury | Review