Thomas Jefferson: President and Philosopher by Jon Meacham | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? Ever since listening to How To Fight Presidents, I have had a little bit of a side interest in the Presidents. Thomas Jefferson: President And Philosopher by Jon Meacham presented itself to me, basically, and well, riding that whole high from How To Fight Presidents, I listened to it, way later, […]

The Inventor’s Secret by Andrea Cremer | Audiobook Review

Cremer’s latest series reimagines the world so that the Americans lost the Revolutionary War. In The Inventor’s Secret, the British have this mega-empire which is not really much different from the age of Imperialism.

Invisible World | Suzanne Weyn | Book Review

Straight up, witches are cool. And for real? Who did not sit right up and pay attention during the Salem witch trials in history class? This girl was on that like white on rice. When I saw Invisible World by Suzanne Weyn up for grabs at a book signing, I chose it because I thought it […]

Review: Cate of the Lost Colony by Lisa Klein + Giveaway

Catherine Archer, an orphan has been selected for the chance to be one of Queen Elizabeth’s maids in waiting in Cate Of The Lost Colony by Lisa Klein. It is the chance of a lifetime, as working for the Queen reflects a potential positive change in fortune. Catherine finds love with one of the Queen’s […]

Review of Copper Sun by Sharon Draper

Slavery is an incredibly important part of US History, and something all students should study, as the study of slavery leads to the foundation of studying race relations in the US, how we got to where we are now. Obviously it’s not perfect, and we’ve still got a ways to go. Copper Sun by Sharon […]