Category Archives: books

The Dragon Of The Month Club

I’ve started to be wary of books given to me for review because so many of them have been lackluster, not really my taste, or just downright terrible. This book is an exception. A fun, fantastical adventure featuring two plucky … Continue reading

Posted in books, reviews | Comments Off on The Dragon Of The Month Club

2016 Read: May/June

Here are the books I read in May and June. Not a lot of winners in this bunch.   Minutes to Burn- Gregg Hurwitz: I had a hard time getting into this book, possibly from my own distraction rather than any … Continue reading

Posted in books, reading, reviews | Comments Off on 2016 Read: May/June

2016 Read: March/ April

Here are the books I read in march and april. Not a lot of variety- I spent most of the time working through the entire contents of Karin Slaughter and Gregg Hurwitz (who is only partly finished and will likely … Continue reading

Posted in books, reading, reviews | Comments Off on 2016 Read: March/ April

2016 Read: January/February

Okay, here we go again. I’m not going to stop reading, so why stop telling you all about it? Here’s what I’ve read so far in 2016: Black Chalk- Christopher Yates: almost a good psychological thriller, but instead of getting … Continue reading

Posted in books, reading, reviews | 2 Comments

Restoring Flexibility 

I am a firm believer that flexibility is key to the process of aging well. Physical strength and stamina are only part of maintaining a healthy youthful body, and can only take you so far.  Keeping limber and flexible in … Continue reading

Posted in books, reviews | Comments Off on Restoring Flexibility