Book Review: Welcome to Lagos by Chibundu Onuzo

I've been reading a ton of books by Asian authors this year, and have been enjoyed many of them. However, reading them has made me realize just how many places I have never read a book about. One of those places is Nigeria, which is why I was thrilled to stumble across this book at … Continue reading Book Review: Welcome to Lagos by Chibundu Onuzo

St. Patrick’s Day Book Tag

For those who don't know, tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day. I love anything Irish, whether it is classic Celtic music or Irish food like Irish Lamb Stew and soda bread. Plus, I so badly want to visit Ireland someday. So it seems perfect to do this book tag today. It was originally created by YouTube … Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day Book Tag

Book Review: The Lost Continent of Mu by James Churchward

No, I am not a conspiracy nut. Yes, I may or may not have been highly amused by this book. And yes, this book was certainly research for a book I’m writing and definitely not me believing in this stuff. Okay, so I feel as if this book needs a little bit of background information … Continue reading Book Review: The Lost Continent of Mu by James Churchward

My Top 10 Books Set in Another County

  Recently I had two of the blogs I follow feature “Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Take Place in Another Country” (they are Lit Lens—post here—and The Limit of Books Does Not Exist—post here). Since I don’t post on Tuesdays but I still wanted to do this, I’m doing it today instead—minus the cool ring … Continue reading My Top 10 Books Set in Another County

Top 9 Series for Anyone Filled With Wanderlust

According to Dictionary.com, wanderlust means “a strong, innate desire to rove or travel about.” I love to travel and learn about new places. But let’s face it: time, money, and resources are limited to the majority of us who love to travel. So we often engage in our wanderlust through photography, books, TV, etc. So … Continue reading Top 9 Series for Anyone Filled With Wanderlust

Alphabet in Ancient Amazing Architecture

This post will be quite different. Instead of posting a long, wordy article like I usually do, I thought I’d post a fun history blog instead. So, here it is. ABCs in Ancient Amazing Architecture. Also note: I use "ancient" as a relative term, as many of these are only from several hundred years ago. … Continue reading Alphabet in Ancient Amazing Architecture