Agincourt 1415 ~A Book Review~

Do you love historical fiction? Agincourt, 1415 is one that you need to read! This book brought this section of the Hundred Years War to a more vivid and amazing read. I was sucked into this book, and could not put it down! Publication Date: Available now Publisher: Pen and Sword Books Star Rating: 4/5…

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The Royal Tombs of Ancient Egypt

Calling all history lovers! When it comes to finding and dissecting information on The Royal Tombs of Ancient Egypt, there have been so many different theories thrown around. There are some huge names in the field of Egyptology, and although they may not always agree on everything, their information helps those who are interested in…

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Books, Life, and Sweatpants

Well, quarantine has everyone revolving around their favorite things. Mine are books, sweatpants, and of course, binge-watching television. We are 23 days into this quarantine, and we are beginning to go a little stir crazy. Thank goodness for sweatpants, I am not sure what I would do if we didn’t have comfort clothing to fall…

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Coronavirus and Books

Have you seen the widespread panic over the Coronavirus? I am sure that it has been unable to be ignored, depending on where you are living. We are watching stores selling out of food and other items. But, we need to think of something positive too – and I have just the thing. BOOKS! Well,…

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Kingshold ~A Book Review~

D.P. Woolliscroft brings a politically charged novel to the scene. Below is my review of Kingshold! My rating: 3/5 stars Kingshold Blurb: The King is Dead. Long live the people. Mareth is a bard, serial underachiever, professional drunk, and general disappointment to his father. Despite this, Mareth has one thing going for him. He can…

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The Rise of Gaia ~A Book Review~

The Rise of Gaia is a book that you have to take your time with. While the storyline flows and keeps you engaged, there is more to the narrative than just a story to entertain you. I am going to share my thoughts, and my take on the book. Kristin Ward delivers another book that…

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