Book Review: Bloodstoppers and Bearwalkers By: Richard M. Dorson

I'm on a roll, inching toward my 2017 non-fiction reading goal. Bloodstoppers and Bearwalkers: Folk Traditions of the Upper Peninsula makes three out of ten NF books and it's only the beginning of March. Not too bad! I've always been interested in fairy tales and folk stories, so I was interested in hearing about the … Continue reading Book Review: Bloodstoppers and Bearwalkers By: Richard M. Dorson

Book Review: Struck by Genius By Jason Padgett & Maureen Seaberg

Mathematics, consciousness, and the brain's extraordinary coping mechanisms have always been intriguing subjects for me. When I found this biography of Jason Padgett, a man who survived traumatic brain injury and gained amazing computational abilities in the process, I couldn't pass it up. The Blurb The remarkable story of an ordinary man who was transformed … Continue reading Book Review: Struck by Genius By Jason Padgett & Maureen Seaberg

Book Review: Everyday Survival (Why Smart People do Stupid Things) By Laurence Gonzales

One of my goals for the new year is to continue expanding my reading horizons, specifically by reading more non-fiction books. I was glancing through the non-fiction section at the library and found this promising book, posing a great question: why do smart people do stupid things? The Premise “Curiosity, awareness, attention,” Laurence Gonzales writes. … Continue reading Book Review: Everyday Survival (Why Smart People do Stupid Things) By Laurence Gonzales

Book Review: Dancing on the Head of a Pin by Thomas E. Sniegoski

Another Sniegoski book! Even though it wasn't necessary my favorite book, the first novel was cheeky and fun- a perfect audio book to keep me entertained on my way to work 🙂 So after finishing the first installment of the Remy Chandler series, I decided to pick up the next one in line. The Blurb … Continue reading Book Review: Dancing on the Head of a Pin by Thomas E. Sniegoski

Book Review: A Kiss Before the Apocalypse By Thomas E. Sniegoski

Now that I'm seriously working on book edits, I figured it would be a good idea to read a few other novels in the same genre to improve my flow, word choice, characterization.... all that fun stuff. Found this particular novel at our local library, the first in a series. I'm not overly fond of … Continue reading Book Review: A Kiss Before the Apocalypse By Thomas E. Sniegoski