A haven for books is my blog where I post reviews and bookish events. This is just a way of encouraging myself to keep reading on tough days

Musings – Ode to my Friend James J. Cudney

What do I tell you about Jay that I haven’t already said oh so many times on my blog. I wear my heart on my sleeve for him. He was my first friend in this blogging world. The rest all disappeared, but he stayed behind, seeing something in me which others did not. He helped […]

Musing – PLOT ARC

I am extremely disturbed!! I read a book which I thought to be a young adult fastasy with elves and unicorns and magic, and beasts in the forest where 2 siblings were to go on a quest. Before the journey, the brother fell, hit his head and lost his memories including the meaning of relationships […]

Typos – Yay or Nay

Recently I had a conversation with a friend of mine, you might know him or heard of him. James J Cudney the fourth prince of the secret land of This is my Truth Now. This was the gist of it. What do typos do to you – make you angry, irritated or put off reading, […]


Today is my Birthday… And I have nothing more to say as I am totally lost for words… Blank.. Let me try if I can rattle out a few words from my brain. No idea what one is supposed to do for birthday on the blog, but since one is supposed to spend time with […]

To All My Bloggers, My Friends

I just wanted to take a moment and thank you all for being a part of Robbie Yates’ The Kooky Kids Club Tour. It is not only the reviews that I am thankful for, but it is the way all of you have opened the doors of your childhood and given me the view of […]

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