White Fang by Jack London In elementary school, I happened (or my parents supplied, I'm not quite sure how this novel came into my life) upon this book by Jack London. In it, a wolf pup grows up in the harsh Alaskan environment. He learns the law of man and beast quickly and is soon... Continue Reading →
3.5 stars-- murky descriptions and narrative but brilliant characters. Crazy Rich Asians is written by Kevin Kwan and follows a large cast of characters to Singapore for the wedding of the year. Rachel Chu is invited by Nicholas Young, a professor working on tenure in New York, and soon discovers that her boyfriend’s family is... Continue Reading →
Hey guys! So, I haven't made an email list before now, but I decided to make one with Mail Chimp and hopefully have added it to this site. (I can see it when I am customizing but not when I am visiting the site...) If you don't see the subscribe pop-up, you can always fill... Continue Reading →
For book club, I am reading Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan. We are going to go see the movie together on Sunday! Look for my review to come!
This was one of if not the first boy and his dog books that I encountered growing up. My 2nd grade teacher read this to us during storytime and I fell in love. I believe I had already developed a love of wolves and now I was hearing a story all about a boy who... Continue Reading →
Elliot Kay is a Christian fantasy author who believes that biblical truths can be found anywhere and everywhere. This indeed holds true in his book The King’s Elite. In his narrative, Kay explores wisdom, prophecy, truth, loyalty and friendship. Ultimately, all these are tested in the characters as they struggle to overcome distrust and lies... Continue Reading →
The last few weeks have been a whirlwind. I finally got my book edited and formatted and uploaded to amazon. I ordered a proof copy and then I noticed some errors. So I checked it again, sitting in my family room, Starbucks, my office, book and pen in hand, trying to perfect it. I had... Continue Reading →