Paid To Be Perfect by Heather Mathes

In her book, Paid To Be Perfect, Heather Mathes, a retired fit model, explains her most beloved lifestyle habits and tips that helped her maintain a healthy body and mind. She takes us on her professional and life journey so that the reader can achieve their own goals towards a balanced and content life.   … Read more

Book Review: The Sweetest Ladybug by Isabel Cintra

Imagine if everything that is happening in your imagination also happens in real life. How would it feel if your imagination suddenly became into reality? Would you be scared? Hopeful? Perhaps excited? That is exactly what happened to a little girl named Johana. Read more as we go through Isabel Cintra’s latest book The Sweetest … Read more

Holiday Book Gift List

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This year, holiday shopping is especially stressful. Shipping delays, supply shortages, popular items flying off the shelves. Let’s get back to basics. This holiday season, let’s celebrate our loved ones. Let’s focus on family, friends, and good books. Instead of running around to stores, or trying to order gifts that aren’t shipping until 2022, put … Read more

Men in This Town: A Decade of Men’s Street Style Book Review

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Sydney-based Photographer and Designer Giuseppe Santamaria Showcases a Decade of Men’s Street Fashion in Men in This Town “Clothes became canvases, and the streets became the galleries.” This quote from Giuseppe Santamaria summarizes and expresses the global catwalk in his book Men in this town: A Decade of Men’s Street Style. A catalog of men’s … Read more

Yvonne Wakefield’s Self Portrait: Babe in the Woods

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If you want to find yourself, try to escape into the wilderness. At least, that’s what artist Yvonne Wakefield did. Yvonne recently published The Babe in the Woods: Self Portrait is the second book from her three-part memoir series. The Self Portrait covers a significant part of Yvonne’s four-decade-long relationship with her log cabin. The … Read more

Becoming by Michelle Obama

Even before the preface hits you with a backhanded slap — addressing an outward privilege that felt at times like a nightmare — the front book cover reflecting the deep-brown melanin of yesteryear’s first African-American First Lady of the United States (FLOTUS), Michelle Obama, brightens the horizon like golden honey. Becoming In her memoir, Becoming, … Read more

Billy Summers by Stephen King Book Review

Billy Summers is the most recent thriller written by Stephen King. With Billy Summers, Stephen King reminds us once again that horror does not always come in the form of nightmares, ghosts, and monsters. Sometimes, horror can be found within the human mind and the horrific actions of human monsters.   The main character of … Read more

The Jasmine Throne by Tasha Suri

One of my most anticipated YA books of the year, The Jasmine Throne quickly became one of the best fantasies I’ve ever read. If you are looking for an immersive book with sublime prose that will leave you speechless long after you finish it, The Jasmine Throne is the book for you. From the very … Read more