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Superhero Novels (For Eyes and Ears)

August 11, 2017

Wonder Woman: Mythos by Carol Lay A couple go scuba diving on their honeymoon in the Bermuda triangle and the man disappears. Wonder Woman investigates and finds that there is a mysterious island that mirrors the one she is from. This one is [Keep Reading]

The Second Super-Hero Civil War

August 3, 2017

Civil War II In the first super-hero civil war, Iron-Man and Captain America couldn’t see eye to eye. The stakes were high and there was no way around it. A clear line was drawn and it left people on opposing sides with no other choice but to [Keep Reading]

Why You Should Tell Your Story

June 17, 2017

The Story You Need to Tell by Sandra Marinella, MA, MEd “Our words create us. Our stories create us. And our writing can re-create us.” Wise words from Sandra Marinella, a writer who has taught several people how to use personal writing [Keep Reading]

Darth Vader Ends It

June 10, 2017

Darth Vader – The Shu-Torun War These comic stories take place after the events depicted in Episode IV: A New Hope, but before any of the sequel films. It’s really nice to see Darth Vader trying to figure out who he is and how he fits [Keep Reading]

Max & Charlie Figuring It All Out

May 31, 2017

Max & Charlie by Zack Lieberman and Louis Neubert This was a great read. From the very first page, the artwork captures the imagination of the main characters. It is bright and colourful and stylistically stunning. The opening daydream shows a [Keep Reading]

The Flash – Stop Motion

May 24, 2017

The Flash – Stop Motion (Justice League) Wally West is the fastest man alive.  If you are a fan of the television show, this version of The Flash is a little bit different. In this incarnation, West, is the only Flash. His uncle, Barry Allen, [Keep Reading]

Moo, a Flute, and a Moo-ve to Maine

April 21, 2017

Moo by Sharon Creech I absolutely love the way Sharon Creech writes verse novels. The sound and rhythm of her words, jumps right off the page. This particular novel is filled with all sorts of sounds such as a flute melody travelling through the [Keep Reading]

Moving Beyond Traditional Relationship Roles

April 17, 2017

Beyond Mars and Venus by John Gray John Gray has written some amazing books to help people understand and navigate their relationships better. Many of these books are based around the concept of differences. His brilliant metaphor, Men are from [Keep Reading]

Bif Naked Bears All

April 13, 2017

I, Bificus – A Memoir by Bif Naked I am a huge Bif Naked fan. I have been for a while. She is an amazing performer and a great songwriter, so when I heard she had written a memoir, I knew that I had to read it. I was hoping I could find out [Keep Reading]
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