Book Review: Verity

I can't believe I just read that with my own two eyes. When Lowen receives an offer to take over writing the bestselling series of Verity Crawford after an accident leaves her catatonic, it is an offer she can’t refuse. In desperate need of money, she moves into Verity’s house to begin studying her notes. … Continue reading Book Review: Verity

ARC Review: Too Good to be True

Well, that was definitely a wild ride. Skye and Burke are set to be happily married after only six months of knowing each other. Finally happy that she has found someone to accept her—-OCD and all—Skye couldn’t be more overjoyed. But what seems too good to be true, almost always is. Told in three alternating … Continue reading ARC Review: Too Good to be True

Book Review: Empress of Salt and Fortune

Ok, so goodreads definitely lied to me.  Chih is traveling to see the eclipse and the new Empress’ Dragon Court When she stops to record the contents of the house Thriving Fortune, Empress In-Yo’s residence while she lived in exile. Told through the memories passed between an old woman named Rabbit and a non-binary Cleric … Continue reading Book Review: Empress of Salt and Fortune

How Books Make Us More Empathetic (Research Part 1)

So, when I started my unit on empathy, what I expected to find out was “reading fiction makes people more empathetic” point blank period. And because nothing I think is simple is ever actually simple, I’m going to need a whole two blog posts to cover the complexity of empathy. Horray! You all get to … Continue reading How Books Make Us More Empathetic (Research Part 1)