A love for reading influences every single part of your life. Reading is not an isolated act, it will provide sweeping positive changes in your life. I don’t think I fully appreciated that fact until I stopped reading and then picked it back up again. Now, I can recognize how much better my life is… Continue reading Reading Inspires
Reading is a skill that doesn’t come easily to everyone. The beautiful thing about books is that if you find your child is not engaging with a certain book, there are a myriad of options to get their attention. I say reading is a skill, and it is, but it doesn’t have to feel like… Continue reading Encourage Young Readers
Well, this was a short journey to rediscover my love for fiction- I stayed up until midnight a couple of weeks ago, finishing this amazing novel, Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi. I haven’t had that feeling of complete immersion in any reading for years- it felt so good! There are a few… Continue reading January Book Review: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
Goodmorfterevening, kind bookworms! Books are beginning to pile up on the floor. You open a drawer and find a couple of paperbacks. Oh god, there’s one under the couch. We have all had that overwhelming problem of the overflowing bookshelves. Here are a few creative ideas that might help you with this problem: Donate: I… Continue reading Overflowing Bookshelves
Good morfterevening, fellow bookworms! A few years ago I created my own little bookmark and only recently did I come across it again. It filled me with joy and reminded me of how creative I could be as a dedicated reader. Essentially, you can fold a college ruled paper page in halves 3 or 4… Continue reading Let’s talk about bookmarks!
Good morfterevening, fellow bookworms! (I hope that’s a good intro, still trying to figure it out…) Personally, a 2021 resolution of mine was to read more. In trying to develop steps to hold myself up to this challenge I developed this blog- with the promise to read at least one novel a month, but there’s… Continue reading A Journal for Readers – 2021 Resolutions
We’re called the Kind Book Club because we’re kind of curious- hence the unhealthy amount of reading, kind of imaginative- made clear in how we immerse ourselves in any novel’s world, but most importantly, we’re kind because we’re considerate and respectful of each other. Every month I will upload a review of a fiction book.… Continue reading Welcome to the Kind Book Club!