Jay's books are available in multiple languages and formats now. You can catch up on any of the Braxton Campus Mysteries or try either of his two contemporary novels. Read more via: https://thisismytruthnow.com/2020/04/04/my-books-formats-languages/
While I love escaping into an easy to read, sweet romance or cozy mystery, sometimes I’m in the mood for something heavier and more thought-provoking. Other times, I just want to see why a book is considered to be a ‘must-read before you die’. That’s when I turn to The Classics. Briana of PagesUnbound has... Continue Reading →
A couple weeks ago, during Mental Health Awareness Week, I came across this great post over at Chrissi Reads. Chrissi is also a primary school teacher and posted these recommendations for mental health awareness for young children. Please do check them out. I hope to read each of them soon! via Books For Young Children... Continue Reading →
Love poems from Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda are some of my favourite to read, in both English and Spanish. At Over The Andes, every month one of these poems is featured. In October the selected poem was Here I Love You (Aquí Te Amo). Check out the link below for the poem, in both languages... Continue Reading →
Are you looking for something to add to your November reading list? Why not add a whole series... or at least about 4 or 5 from the series... Jay is hosting a Cozy Mystery Readathon in November. Polls are still open to select the series. via Cozy Mystery Series Readathon (Nov 2018) -- POLL to... Continue Reading →
Academic Curveball.... now available for pre-order! You can also head over to Jay's site to find out more exciting news about his new mystery series: Braxton Campus Mysteries.
If you’ve already read The Light Fantastic by Terry Pratchett, consider joining in this readalong/ review-along hosted by The Bookworm Drinketh. Sign-up by tomorrow!
Just my reminder post, and the list of who (I think) is going to be a part of this months read-a-thon!
So, Reminder time!!
The Date of Posts
Monday August 27th
(Thus far!!) Please feel free to comment below to join, or to let me know that I missed you! Anyone joining or dropping out, please comment before Saturday August 25th to leave time for the participants to be able to add the completed list of reader!
Books of Brian?? (I think? Lol! Let me know, your comments from before SEEMED like you were in! Ha ha!)
I think there is something absolutely hypnotic about watching a Tango dance. I'm sure it's incredibly intoxicating to be able to dance it as well. But me and my three left feet would know nothing about that part! 😄 Check out this post on Over The Andes which gives a brief history of the... Continue Reading →
Check out Pages Unbound for a very insightful review on the value that libraries provide to their communities. via: https://pagesunbound.wordpress.com/2018/07/22/why-amazon-can-never-replace-the-public-library/
https://www.youtube.com/embed/6Tcu3RADOvw?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent On Sunday 3 June 2018, Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano erupted at noon, local time, sending lava flows into nearby rural communities and spewing ash over people, animals and property. 1,039 more words via Volcanic Eruption in Guatemala: June 3, 2018. What happened and how you can help. — Over The Andes