Zephirah’s Adventure: January Book Of The Month!

10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self Help That Actually Works — A True Story, is January 2019’s book of the month.

10% Happier was a recommendation from a friend and is written by Nightlines anchor Dan Harris. It is nice to see that he is doing better now.

Here is a video from Dan himself.

Hopefully, you enjoy the story and become 10 percent happier yourself!

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Book Of The Month: The Iron King!

6644117November’s book of the month is The Iron King by Julie Kagawa! This novel is the starter for the “Iron Fey” series about a young lady named Meghan Chase,  who finds herself drawn into the world of the Fey.

I read reviews about the book and the main character, Meghan, had her little brother taken and replaced with a changeling. She has an adventure and tries to find her brother.

I am super excited to get started on the book and it should be a great read. I will have a follow up review!

If you are interested in reading the book check your local library. My local library has an app that I can use to read the book via my kindle! If you would like to support the author, please purchase the book at the following links!

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Wonder: Book Of The Month

wonder.jpgWonder is a children’s book about August Pullman and his story about his life with a facial deformity.

August, a home schooled fifth-grader living in North River Heights in Upper Manhattan with his parents, details a bunch of medially needed surgery’s, the passing of his dog, and starting to go to an actual school.

As sad as I am for August and his circumstances, you see how bright he is. The book is laced with a few laugh out loud moments. Its about life and how some kids can be cruel but how a child works through these times of their life’s.

It really worth a read no matter your age, it will provide you a different perspective on life.