Tag Archives: Non-Fiction

Review: Daddy’s Little Princess by Cathy Glass

A couple of years ago, I stumbled across Damaged, by Cathy Glass, and was completely sucked in. I read it in one day. It was the completely heartbreaking story of a child that Cathy took in as a foster child. Because the book was so intense, I did not run out to read another of […]
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Literature– My Way

I am a contemporary kind of girl. Whether fictional or reality, present day or looking back in time— the style of storytelling or perhaps the lack of stylistic expectation, is what carries me along. It’s been a bit of a slog attempting to find some “classic” literature predating the 20th century that succeeded in captivating […]
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An Ode to the Virtue of Over-Preparedness: A Review of An Astronaut’s guide to life on earth by Chris Hadfield

This Christmas I, along with my father and probably most other Canadian citizens, received a copy of An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth, by our own astronaut Chris Hadfield.  Hadfield joined the Canadian Space Agency as an astronaut in 1992, but rocketed to fame in 2013 as commander of the International Space Station Expedition […]
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