BOOK REVIEW: SURVIVING DEATH by Leslie Kean

In Surviving Death, Leslie Kean takes a journalistic approach to investigate evidence for an afterlife. Throughout the book, Kean suggests that our consciousness survives death by giving us, the reader, case studies of young children reporting verifiable details from past lives. Also, she tells of mediums and apparitions that tell stories that prove that they … More BOOK REVIEW: SURVIVING DEATH by Leslie Kean

BOOK REVIEW: THE SUNLIGHT PILGRIMS by Jenni Fagan

I love stories that take in an apocalyptic time. I don’t know what it is about them – the destruction of earth and what we know, how individuals cope with living in this world, the violence, the danger, the struggles. There’s just something about that genre of books that I look forward to reading about. … More BOOK REVIEW: THE SUNLIGHT PILGRIMS by Jenni Fagan

BOOK REVIEW: LONG BLACK VEIL by Jennifer Finney Boylan

I love ghost stories. I love reading them and watching supernatural shows on the television – whether it’s one of a dozen ‘haunting’ shows or a movie. If you’ve ever read any true ghost stories or watched Ghost Hunters, Ghost Adventures, or whatever, I’m sure you’ve seen or read about Philadelphia’s famous Eastern State Penitentiary. … More BOOK REVIEW: LONG BLACK VEIL by Jennifer Finney Boylan

BOOK REVIEW: JEFFERSON’S AMERICA by Julie Fenster

I love history. The 1700’s is my favorite time to read about with books surrounding the American Revolutionary War as the main focal point. Hand me a book on George Washington and I’ll read it. But after that time period and after Washington’s death, I’m not that up on the events that took place – … More BOOK REVIEW: JEFFERSON’S AMERICA by Julie Fenster