Yearly Wrap-up: 2016

[I know I’m like a year late for this post, but better late than never!] Non-Fiction: Business and Money The Lean Startup by Eric Ries When I read this book, I was a student majoring in Entrepreneurship. Though this book was assigned reading, I did enjoy it. Unlike other entrepreneurship books, where authors are going […]

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Flush Me Freddy: Featured Review

Flush Me Freddy is a short story about a girl and small moments in her past that left a big impression of her life today. Ambrosini blends in childhood memories to the present reality seamlessly and the reader is left with nostalgia of their own past, and memories that begin resurface. Ambrosini writing style is […]

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The Dragons of Nova: Review

I was finally able to read this, been looking forward to it since the moment I finished TAoL. And It. Did. Not. Disappoint. (So far, it the best of Elise Kova’s works). Elise managed to add everything that I felt was missing from book 1, and she did it wonderfully. This is a direct continuation […]

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I Danced with Sorrow: Featured Review

I Danced with Sorrow handles topic that are barely whispered in today’s societies and kept behind closed doors. Alicia portrays it beautifully in this collection of her poems. The collection completes a journey of girl who was suffering and then finds retribution through writing. While I flew through the book, the feeling still lingered. Overall […]

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