Coping with Dyslexia Part 1. A handy tool!

So it’s not something I like to talk about often, but I am dyslexic. Clearly I have gotten over most of the issue as I can read and spell with less issue than I used to have. This has been with years of practice, spell checking and of course various programs that will help meContinue reading “Coping with Dyslexia Part 1. A handy tool!”

Two new ideas being added to the blog!

So, after a bit of consideration I have decided to add a bit more to this blog. On top of reviews for various reading material I will also be adding a blog about coping with dyslexia and the tools I use to get through it. This will be tools, or tricks I’ve picked up overContinue reading “Two new ideas being added to the blog!”

Rucaern Orb: Gray Sphere Saga Book One, By Tyler Kalarchain

The Ruacern Orb has proven a tough book for me to review. It’s not because the book is bad, the story is great, and I probably will check out the rest of the series at some point. It is the characters I have had a hard time with. I could not feel for them asContinue reading “Rucaern Orb: Gray Sphere Saga Book One, By Tyler Kalarchain”

Fantasicland: A Novel, By Mike Bockoven – Audiobook Version

FantasticLand: A Novel by Mike Bockoven is a fantastic book, I just finished the audiobook version on Audible. Many audiobooks are a dull droll that can leave you half asleep by the time you finish. Now this is not say that FantasticLand’s only thing going for it is the stellar performances of the voice actorsContinue reading “Fantasicland: A Novel, By Mike Bockoven – Audiobook Version”

The Fighting Man by Adrian Deans

The Fighting Man by Adrian Deans is a fantastic example of historical fiction. As a whole I enjoy historical fiction but often dislike how the era that the story takes place is often romanticized, leaving the negative aspects of the world at the time out and replaced with only the grandest examples of the year.Continue reading “The Fighting Man by Adrian Deans”

Tsundoku, Bibliophilia, and ranting.

Tsundoku, a Japanese word for collecting books and never reading them! A term I literally just learned. Why? Because Google randomly displayed articles about it when I opened my internet browser this afternoon. (Though if it’s the same day when I get around to posting, this is anyone’s guess.) Naturally, I was instantly curious notContinue reading “Tsundoku, Bibliophilia, and ranting.”

Whom The Gods Love By M.M. Perry

Whom The Gods Love Author. M.M. Perry – Whom The Gods Love is the first in a series by M.M. Perry, it is followed by Whom The Gods Hate and Whom The Gods Fear. The story wonderfully combines classic fantasy novel tropes and originality. The story itself has items reminiscent of classic literature andContinue reading “Whom The Gods Love By M.M. Perry”