Category: Book Reviews.

Book Review: Building Unity by Michael ‘Piecez’ Prosserman

Book Review: Building Unity by Michael ‘Piecez’ Prosserman

I recently posted a review of a novel that made me grateful for the job I currently have in the charitable sector, and by total coincidence, right after that I picked up a non-fiction book that outlines the challenges of working in the charitable sector. Building...
Book Review: Careering by Daisy Buchanan

Book Review: Careering by Daisy Buchanan

It was pure coincidence that I read this book during a particularly busy time at my day job, but while Careering by Daisy Buchanan is all about a thankless pursuit of a dream career that doesn’t exist, I’m lucky enough to work in the un-glamourous but...
Book Review: The Chaos Machine by Max Fisher

Book Review: The Chaos Machine by Max Fisher

We all know social media platforms aren’t good for us. Low self-esteem, fear of missing out, general depression and envy are some of the more common side effects that most people experience and are aware of when it comes to their participation on these sites....
Book Review: The After Party by A.C. Arthur

Book Review: The After Party by A.C. Arthur

One of the reasons I read is to gain new perspectives, and learn about lives I wouldn’t otherwise come into contact with. This can be done by reading both fiction and non-fiction, which is why I reached for The After Party by A.C. Arthur. It’s a mystery...
Book Review: Happy-Go-Lucky by David Sedaris

Book Review: Happy-Go-Lucky by David Sedaris

Back in February I was lucky enough to sit in a theatre audience and listen to David Sedaris live and in-person, try out some of the stories from his upcoming release, Happy-Go-Lucky. Based on what he read and how he spoke of it, I knew it was going to have some...
Book Review: The Sentence by Louise Erdrich

Book Review: The Sentence by Louise Erdrich

I had seen brief reviews and mentions of The Sentence by Louise Erdrich around, but never received it from the publisher for review, so accepted the fact I wasn’t likely to read it. But then I read a great review of it by Consumed by Ink which outlined that it...