A small selection of posts I have read and enjoyed in the last few days and I hope you will head over to enjoy in full. thanks Sally.
The first post is from Rebecca Budd and her guest Karen Saunders who shares her experiences of belonging to a Book Club and how it can be both a social and a fulfilling reading experience.
Karen Saunders – St. Peter’s Square, in Vatican City
Welcome to Tea Toast & Trivia.
Thank you for listening in.
I am your host Rebecca Budd, and I am looking forward to sharing this moment with you.
I am delighted and thrilled that my long-time friend, Karen Saunders, has joined me on Tea Toast & Trivia to discuss how book clubs build compassionate communities and encourage life-long learning.
Karen called New Brunswick home. That is, until her family decided to settle on the other side of Canada in North Vancouver, British Columbia. Karen is passionate about literature, languages, and books. She attended the University of Victoria and graduated in 1979 with a Bachelor of Arts, a double major in English Literature and French Language. In 1983, Karen obtained a Master of Library Science from McGill University, Montréal, QC. During all her studies, she married the love her of life, Patrick.
Head over to enjoy the podcast and post in full: Season 3 Episode 34: Karen Saunders on Books, Book Clubs & Belonging
The next post is from Diana Peach with part two of her August reviews for great authors including Teagan Geneviene, Robbie Cheadle and for children’s author Dawn Doig.. some new to me authors too which is always exciting..head over to read the reviews in full and top up your TBRs.
Part 2 of a busy month of reading!
Thanks for all the kind wishes about my dang back. It’s made giant strides toward wellness, and I intend to keep it that way after spending the entire month of August groaning.
August book reviews (part 2) include my 4 and 5 star reads of poetry and fantasy, a courtroom romance, a book of dark short stories, two sci-fi reads, and three children’s books.
Head over to enjoy these terrific reviews: Diana Wallace Peach – Myths of the Mirror book reviews
The final post today is a book review by D.G. Kaye – a glimpse into what is beyond this mortal life of ours. It is often said that those who have passed have never returned to tell us of their findings.. but in Testimony of Light: An Extraordinary Message of Life After Death written in 1969 this may not be the case… head over to read more about this book and Debby’s review.
Sunday Book Review – Testimony of Light – An Extraordinary Message of Life After Death
August 29, 2021
Welcome to my Sunday Book Review. Today I’m sharing a recent read – Testimony of Light written by Helen Greaves, but the writing is all telepathically transmitted to Helen from her departed good friend and former nun, Frances Banks. Fascinating read on the spiritual life we encounter after we pass to the other side.
Head over to find out more about this book and read Debby’s review: Testimony of Light – An Extraordinary Message of Life After Death
Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will head over to enjoy the posts in full thanks Sally.