Category Archives: reading
Can a book help with depression and anxiety? This Huffington Post article talks about Bibliotherapy. I would be a perfect case study. I love to read and have not hidden my love of books. They take me away when I … Continue reading
I have been reading up a storm but I have finished nothing. Currently, I am reading. from library bought for Kindle from library from library A little diverse, no?
Synopsis from Goodreads: Koschei the Deathless is to Russian folklore what devils or wicked witches are to European culture: a menacing, evil figure; the villain of countless stories which have been passed on through story and text for generations. But … Continue reading
I am 38 years old. Yes, I really liked The Iron Daughter, the 2nd book in The Iron Fey Series. Meghan Chase, the half human and half faery teenager, is still in NeverNever with Puck, Grimalkin, the icy Prince Ash … Continue reading
I bought a Kindle 4 a few months ago. I have a slight addiction. So far, most of the books I have read on it are medieval romances.Some of the covers of the covers of the book make me … Continue reading
I love my public library. I can not stress how much I rely on it. I take full advantage of the interlibrary loan from the Old Colony Library Network, which my library is a member of. I can request … Continue reading
I will read almost anything you put in front of me but if I don’t like it, I may not continue to read it. Here are my favorite books I read in 2011. 1.. A Storm of Swords by George … Continue reading