Back in July 2019, I posted my first book review that dealt with the subject of ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). There, aside from reviewing an excellent book "A Regular Guy: Growing Up with Autism", I also created four categories that I felt ASD books could be classified into. The four categories I described in that … Continue reading ASD Book Review #4 – “A Tiny Space”
There's really no other way to say this. I really do have "Reader's Block"! Yea I know, I hear your questions. The spoken ones that seek clarification; and the unspoken ones that wonder if I'm a runaway inmate from some nearby asylum! Of course I'm hoping the more likely question would simply be: "Does he … Continue reading Help! I have “Reader’s Block”…and more!!
As a writer, I shouldn't be asking this question. Yet here I am, asking it anyway. Why do I read? Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com I thought I knew the answer to this. I read in order to learn things; to understand things; to enjoy things. I read to discover what I've yet to discover, … Continue reading Losing my “read-ligion”! How reading’s become more restless than restful
The other day my wife told me about a book someone mentioned to her. I was immediately attentive, since she rarely talks about books, a topic I'm always game for. She said that according to her friend, this book could be read by anyone of almost any age (meaning there were both pictures for toddlers … Continue reading Life Hack Book Review #2 – The world just can’t get enough of feel-good quotes