Pen & Ink Drawing: A Simple Guide by Alphonso Dunn

My personal copy of this book finally came in the mail yesterday! I found Alphonso Dunn through YouTube while looking for drawing tutorials. After watching a few of his videos, I saw that he was such a brilliant instructor and I put his book, Pen & Ink Drawing: A Simple Guide, on my wish list….

From the bottom of my being by Mihai G. Paulet

“And I discovered something incredibly therapeutic [when writing]: I saw that the more I released what was inside, the more I felt rejuvenated and light like a feather.​” -Mihai G. Paulet, From the bottom of my being Let’s start with a disclaimer. Disclaimer: poetry is art in words, so you’ll either “get it” or you won’t….

Review on The Art of Fully Living by Tal Gur

Tal Gur gave me a copy of his book, The Art of Fully Living, recently to review. I think his work speaks for itself; it has a near-perfect 5-star rating on Amazon. Maybe it can do something for you, too. I’m sure this comes as no surprise to say but, I’ll say it anyway: life is…

Review on “The Secret Apartment” by Natalie Fast

  I decided to read The Secret Apartment over the last few days because lately, I’ve been really needing book therapy! My love for books started when I was just a kid and The Secret Apartment is exactly the type of book I would’ve enveloped my brain around when I was younger. These days, I…

Copyright Law in a Nutshell (2nd Edition) by Mary LaFrance

Goodreads review: Copyright Law in a Nutshell, 2d (Nutshell Series) by Mary LaFrance My rating: 3 of 5 stars.  Note: a rating for 3 stars on Goodreads means, “Liked it”. LaFrance gives you all the info that you need, but, it’s dry and the info isn’t communicated or formatted in an easy way to understand….

Book Review: I Remember the Time…by Kim Hemphill

“Especially as we get older, memories become more important. We tend to idolize the happy memories. But what about the painful ones? -Kim Hemphill from I Remember the Time…(5) This review is overdue! I rated it:  The reason for my rating is that Hemphill discusses the abuse he experienced as a child and does a good…

A Review of the “Power of the Pen” by Rico Lamoureux

I wouldn’t even be mentioning this if it didn’t affect my life, because this book is about my story, not anyone else’s. But when someone’s actions directly affect me, then that’s exactly what it turns into–my story as well.” Rico Lamoureux, Power of the Pen (456-457). Power of the Pen is the autobiography of writer Rico…