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The Princess Diarist Carrie Fisher Genre: Memoir Starting this review is difficult. I had so many feelings as I read this book. It’s so deeply personal. Here is Carrie in 1976 filming Star Wars at 19 years old as well as what led to her taking the role of Princess Leia. We also meet … Continue reading Book Review: The Princess Diarist by Carrie Fisher
Self-Editing on a Penny Ashlyn Forge Genre: Reference (Writing) Independent writers face most of their challenges when their draft is finished. Sure, you go through and do your first edit yourself but then what? You’ll see advice everywhere that you should hire a professional editor. In fact, there are several types of editors you’re supposed … Continue reading Book Review: Self-Editing on a Penny by Ashlyn Forge
The Tempest: A Gisborne Novel (The Gisbornes Book 1) Charlotte Hawkins Genre: Romance, Historical I chose this one for a light read. It didn’t disappoint. The Tempest is an alternate story in the time frame of Robin Hood but it isn’t about Hood. This story centers on Guy of Gisborne, a lord in the service … Continue reading Book Review: The Tempest by Charlotte Hawkins
Love, Loss, and What We Ate Padma Lakshmi Genre: Memoir I became aware of Padma Lakshmi as the host of the cooking competition show Top Chef on the cable channel Bravo. I’ve always liked her and, although I knew she had been a model, I didn’t know much else. So when her book appeared in … Continue reading Book Review: Love, Loss, and What We Ate by Padma Lakshmi
Caverns & Creatures: Volume I By: Robert Bevan What if a group of table top role players found themselves physically dropped into the game world in the bodies of their characters? Well, the group of guys playing Caverns & Creatures get the answer to that question. When they anger the Cavern Master, they’re sent … Continue reading Book Review: Caverns & Creatures Vol I by Robert Bevan