“Short, compelling, and eerie, Fever Dream is unlike anything else I’ve read.” — Laura LaVelle, NewsWhistle
*** ON OUR BOOKSHELVES *** NOVEL: A Man Called Ove AUTHOR: Fredrik Backman YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2012 REVIEW: I picked this one up entirely at random…and I am ever so glad I did, because it was a thoroughly delightful story. Ove is a grumpy Swedish man, perpetually at war with his neighbors, with local government … Continue reading A Sweet Tale Of Redemption – Our Review Of “A Man Called Ove”
I’ve been very politely thanked for supporting Goodwill’s mission… but I’d never been entirely sure just what that mission was all about.
Eleanor Roosevelt did a lot of things right. It’s worth at least considering her advice. (Plus, you just might help make your life, and the world, better.)
An English Murder is set in a old-fashioned country house, filled with an assortment of people, who will soon be snowbound, surprised… and very distressed.
This week we bring you a humorous look at tune-filled films from MINKA musician Dick Rubin.
The Swans of Fifth Avenue is a love story – the story of the most surprising affection between Truman Capote and Babe Paley.
A Review of Diary of a Provincial Lady
If you like pretty pictures – or want to stream beautiful images across your screens and devices – lend your eyes for a moment to Loupe.
This is an excellent text for a young student interested in art, or, honestly, someone of any age who hasn’t previously been interested in art.