Katy Rose Likes To Say NO! Book Review

Katy says No

Katy Rose Likes to Say No is for every parent who, while realizing the importance of this developmental stage, suffers the exasperation of constantly hearing their young child say “no.”   Katy Rose  like most children, is just learning to assert her independence and discovering she may have power over others, simply by saying “no.” She learns, however, that defying her parents and being rude to her friend only make herself and others feel bad. Eventually Katy Rose discovers that cooperation and … [Continue reading...]

5 Things You Should Know About the End Slavery Act

5 Things You Should Know About the End Slavery Act Every 30 seconds, someone is abducted into slavery. That means, by the time you are done reading this blog article, there will be 4-5 more slaves in the world. That may shock you. I know it shocked me the first time I heard it, but the truth is this: there are 30,000,000 slaves in the world. …. and most of them are women. In fact, the latest stats from the International Trade Organization say that 80 percent of the slaves worldwide … [Continue reading...]

Goodnight Unicorn a magical story of Unicorns

Goodnight Unicorn

                 A Magically whimsical parody of the beloved children’s book Goodnight Moon, Goodnight Unicorn By Karla Oceanak and magically illustrated by Kendra Spanjer. Is a 32 page beautiful picture book to be read and loved by kids 4 years old and up. From Fairies on Cherries to Gnomes and a Dragon,It’s a trip through the enchanted […]

[Continue reading...]

The Cadence of Gypsies

cadence of gypsies

The Cadence of Gypsies       On her 18th birthday Carolina  learned that she was adopted and was given a letter written by her birth mother in an unknown language. After years of research she travels to Italy on a mission to find the truth about her past. Carolina is accompanied by three extremely […]

[Continue reading...]

The War of Words by Amy Neftzger : A Book Review

War of words

The War of Words   By Amy Neftzger Ever since reading about the adventures of Bilbo Baggins I’ve always gravitated towards the Sci fi / Fantasy Genre.So I was more than happy to give The War Of Words a shot. I like a story that’s fast moving with lot’s of action. At first I felt […]

[Continue reading...]

5 Must-Read Books for Harry Potter Fans by Reader’s Legacy


5 Must-Read Books for Harry Potter Fans Harry Potter is one of the most popular book series ever written! Its whimsical characters and magical adventures have captured the hearts of millions. If you’re a Potter Maniac, you probably think that no story can compare those of the mystifying Hogwarts and the boy with the lightning bolt scar […]

[Continue reading...]

Outback Steakhouse Giveaway

Hungry? Trying to figure out where to go to eat?With 70 different Lunch Combinations to chose from alone it sounds pretty good to me.How bout’ that Bloomin’ Onion? Not thinking about lunch then try one of the many steaks. Chose from Porterhouse , Strip, Rib Eye and more.If all this sounds pretty good then maybe […]

[Continue reading...]

Partitions: A Novel by Amit Majmudar

Partitions: A Novelby Amit Majmudar, published by Metropolitan/Henry Holt And Company on June 21, 2011, 224 pages. Part ghost and part guardian angel, Dr. Roshan Jailly, a Hindu, watches from the spirit world as his twin sons Keshav and Shankar, who are still very young, are separated from their mother Sonia at the train station. […]

[Continue reading...]

Why Audio Books? Try Audible.com

audio book

I do a lot of reading. Of course it’s always nice to just sit and relax with a good book.BUT! every now and then I try an audio book.I’ve found they are great when working out you know instead of listening to music all the time.I love my long bike rides,I’ll hop on my bike […]

[Continue reading...]

Shout Her Lovely Name book of short stories a Book Review

shout her lovely name

Shout Her Lovely Name is a book of short stories filled with tension and uneasiness, believably described by various characters like a young girl living with her mother, another becoming pregnant for the first time, and yet another trying to be a young mother herself. The title story is written from the perspective of a […]

[Continue reading...]

The costs of drunk driving” the DUI


Celebrations should be a part of everyone’s life, whether it’s celebrating a birthday, the end of a work week, a promotion or any other event, minor or major. Unfortunately, celebrations all too often become lamentations when drinking is combined with driving. Although it is illegal in all 50 states to operate a motor vehicle when […]

[Continue reading...]

Red Lightning by Laura Pritchett

Red Lightning by Laura Pritchett

Book Review by Benjamin Dancer   Red Lightning by Laura Pritchett Red Lightning is one of those rare stories that stays with you. I read it shortly after it was released in June 2015, and I still think about it. It’s one of those books that read like a mirror: by the time you finish […]

[Continue reading...]

Patriarch Run by Benjamin Dancer

Patriarch Run

Book Description: Billy discovers that his father, Jack, might be a traitor, that he was deployed to safeguard the United States from a cyberattack on its military networks. After that mission, his father disappeared along with the Chinese technology he was ordered to steal–a weapon powerful enough to sabotage the digital infrastructure of the modern age […]

[Continue reading...]

BOOKGRABBR Promotion Service -What’s That?


 Grab a Book today Looking for a good book to read ? What’s that? Free Books?                         You pick your book…                                                   you read your book,,,                                                                      you share your Book   NOW HOW COOL IS THAT? Author’s, Do need to get that new book OUT THERE? Need a new marketing plan? Well now check […]

[Continue reading...]

Dr. Seuss and His Impact on Education and Literature, Pt. 4

Ted Geisel (Dr. Seuss)

Dr. Seuss and His Impact on                                     Education and Literature, Pt. 4 –   Dr. Seuss and His Continuing Legacy Nearly 80 years after the release of Dr. Seuss’s first children’s book, 16 of his books still hold spots in the top 100 bestsellers of all time. In addition, many of them are still in […]

[Continue reading...]

Alvin & the Chipmunks: Road Chip-Giveaway

AAALLLVIIIIN !!!!! Who doesn’t like those mischievous little chipmunks? And little bite snacks? YUMMM Enter our      Alvin & the Chipmunks: Road Chip-Giveaway Hosted by: Queen of Reviews, IMHO Views, Reviews & Giveaways, Dorky’s Deals, My Silly Little Gang & Barbara’s Beat Sponsor: Entenmann’s Prize: One download code to access the Alvin & the Chipmunks: Road Chip […]

[Continue reading...]

Melitta Coffee Giveaway

So let me ask you.When that alarm goes off in the Morning what is the first thing that comes into your mind? Ok maybe the second thing.(Taking a hammer to the alarm clock doesn’t count) Is it “oh boy I can’t wait to get to work” or ” sure do feel refreshed maybe I’ll go […]

[Continue reading...]

The Urban Boys: Discovery of the Five Senses

Urban Boys by K.N. Smith

A short Summary of The Urban Boys:   The Urban Boys: Discovery of the Five Senses is an action-adventure story about five teen boys who are mysteriously exposed to a foreign energy source that gives them extremely heightened senses. Sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell become hypersensitive gifts that forever change the world!   The […]

[Continue reading...]

Child and Family Literacy by K.N. Smith

K.N. Smith

Child and Family Literacy by K.N. Smith                                                   Author of The Urban Boys: Discovery of the Five Senses   Being an advocate of Child literacy programs, I encourage people from all walks of life to make reading a habit, not only as an individual, but also as a family. Reading not only creates a stronger […]

[Continue reading...]

Dr. Seuss and His Impact on Education and Literature, Pt. 3

Oh The Places You'll Go

Dr. Seuss and His Impact                             on Education and Literature, Pt. 3 –         The Life Lessons to be Learned from Dr. Seuss   It’s no secret that children are highly impressionable, and teaching them the importance of certain life lessons during the early development stages of their life is invaluable to their future […]

[Continue reading...]