Never Good Enough

I am surrounded by the feeling of never being good enough. Never a good enough teacher because I’m a 3 on evaluations instead of a 5. Because my kids are too loud and sometimes test too low. Because I lose my cool and snap at them sometimes. Never a good enough leader because I don’t …

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Book Review #64: St. Martin (Lost in the Vast #2)

Not everyone is built for multidimensional travel. Some minds just aren’t fortified enough. Some friendships aren’t either. And when the past can follow you from one world to the next, it’s really hard to forget your problems. Alexis, Cole, Trent, and Dante’s bonds are laid out on a dissection table when they arrive in the …

Book Review #63: A Forgotten History (Lost in the Vast #1)

Much of world history is a myth. It’s made up of assumptions, folktales, and legends, of recently unearthed civilizations and jungle-surrounded cities. But a history tangled in multiple dimensions and fantastical beasts? That’s one beyond our conceptualization. Or is it? I picked this book up on a whim. I was scrolling through Facebook, doing my …

Book Review #60: Noises from the Other Side by Tabatha Shipley

Annie’s life has been turned upside down. Her parents have suddenly divorced, she had to switch schools, and her mom moved her into a new house in a new neighborhood. The new house shouldn’t be a problem, but… it’s a duplex. And there are strange noises coming from the dividing wall. Investigating the source could …