Book of the Day: Raine, Raine Went Away

Raine, Raine Went Away by Katherine T. Vaughan (Fiction / Women) This thoughtful novel powerfully displays the monstrous burden that is early-onset Alzheimer’s – while also tackling other pertinent mental health themes. In the story, protagonist Raine Moss feels like she found the man of her dreams – Hartley. He came at the perfect time,... Continue Reading →

Book of the Day: Rebel in Venus

Who we are and what we become is directly influenced by where we have been. This overarching theme is masterfully woven into the narrative of Rebel in Venus. Written with authority and tremendous skill by Marissa Alma Nick, this is a must-read novel with memorable characters and a powerful plot.

Book of the Day: Eventually Gareth

Eventually Gareth a poignant and unforgettable memoir that I encourage everyone to read – particularly those who work in the events industry. Vulnerably written and filled with heart, Gareth Gallagher’s memoir takes you on a memorable journey through the darker side of event planning while battling addiction. Showcasing both his resilience and the indomitable nature of the human spirit, this is a real-life story that you will never forget.

Book of the Day: Heal Forward

Heal Forward reminds us that everybody has something. We’re all scarred and damaged in a sense. But in this book, we learn that persevering through the darkness shapes us, and grants us tremendous strength.

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