Be warned, spoilers of Children of Blood and Bone and Children of Virtue and Vengeance below (and sorry for the late review!). I’ll be honest, the second installment left me very upset the third hasn’t been released yet. What a cliffhanger! The rollercoaster our main characters are on gets even more treacherous as they navigate… Continue reading February Book Review: Children of Virtue and Vengeance by Tomi Adeyemi
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!