Category Archives: Books

Top 3 Books to Read to Improve Academic Writing Skills

Reading gives us a lot. This is the gold mine of the experience, knowledge, skills, and history of the human race. When we read, we learn multiple important things. One of such is the improvement of different skills. All students know pretty well that the writing competence plays a vital role in their academic success… [Read More]

Building My Business With Pulling Profits Out of a Hat #pullingprofitsoutofahat

I feel like I have always had some sort of a business (or two or three).  From my earliest memories I was always looking to earn a profit and care for my own needs.  In the early days that was a snow shoveling business, lawn mowing, weed picking and even at one point in time.. [Read More]


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A Dog’s Way Home – Giveaway (Prize Pack) #ADOGSWAYHOME #rwm

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Review Wire Media for Sony Pictures Who loves a movie with dogs!  Raise your hands!  I definitely do.  We have always had dogs – as many as five most of the time but in recent years we are down to one.  She loves being queen of.. [Read More]

600 Hours of Edward by Craig Lancaster

This post contains affiliate links 600 Hours of Edward Craig’s debut novel was originally published in 2009 by Riverbend Publishing of Helena, Montana. It was a Montana Honor Book and the 2010 High Plains Book Award winner for Best First Book. In 2012, a new edition was released by Lake Union Publishing of Seattle, and.. [Read More]

The Kids Book of Hand Lettering by Nicole Miyuki Santo

When I was younger I was constantly working on my lettering and calligraphy.  In fact, at one point I would make wedding gifts with my calligraphy.  That is a skill that I seemed to let fall by the wayside in the last couple decades.  So many other things seemed to take up all my time. .. [Read More]