Hey, Hey, Hey…Look at Little Sister: The Last Bookstore’s Little Sister Bookstore is a Bibliophile’s Dream Destination

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A Photo Tour of Lost Books Bookstore in Montrose    Tucked between the San Gabriel Mountains, Angeles National Forest, and neighboring La Cañada Flintridge in Southern California, is Montrose, or La Crescenta-Montrose. A community that welcomes visitors with its array of shops, beautiful views of Los Angeles, and now, a must-see bookstore.    With a … Read more

#4 Lon Varnadore – Humanity’s Capacity For Change, Assimilation and Acceptance in the Age of Science Fiction

Humanity’s Capacity For Change, Assimilation, and Acceptance in the Age of Science Fiction Desiree Duffy speaks to Science Fiction author of Mostly Human Lon Varnadore about the fundamental questions asked by all Science Fiction writers. With the promise of space travel looming, how would our lives be impacted? Could human beings emotionally adapt to life in space? … Read more

Podcast #3 Celeste Duckworth – The State of Education and Readership In Today’s World

In this episode, Desiree Duffy speaks to Author, Publisher of Vertikal Life Magazine and fellow bibliophile Celeste Duckworth about the state of education and how we can all help the next generation learn through our writing. At one time, Celeste embarked on studying to become a lawyer, but her professor cautioned her that she would not make … Read more

Podcast #2 Nanishka Torres – Using Fantasy and Sci-Fi to Shine a Light on Society

Desiree Duffy speaks to Fantasy author of “The Prince” Nanishka Torres, about her book, the Fantasy genre, and how she drives a story. The Fenrir Chronicles: The Prince by Nanishka Torres is a fantasy book that combines romance with adventure. The Prince makes a societal statement about the dangers of religious factions and their part in maintaining … Read more

Podcast #1 Laurel Anne Hill – The Engine Woman’s Light

Desiree Duffy speaks with author/speaker Laurel Anne Hill about the need for heroes in society and our literature. There’s a lot of incivility happening in the world today. Entire groups of people are marginalized based on their ethnicity, religion, gender, and more. It’s so easy to turn away from the truth and pretend the hate … Read more

5 Ways to Make Reading Fun

You want to read, you really do, but actually motivating yourself to pick up that book instead of spending the next hour on Facebook is hard. In a world of endless distractions, it’s difficult to sit down to read. It’s worth the effort though, reading is an excellent pastime and a rewarding hobby. If you’re … Read more