Currently Reading | February 23, 2020

Hi everyone! FEBRUARY 16TH-22ND Last week I worked and went to school. I managed to read three books last week: "Crime and Criminality: Social, Psychological, and Neurobiological Explanations" by Ehor Boyanowsky, "Laughter Includes the Word: Revealed, A Life of Poetry" by Doug Snelson, and "The End of the CBC?" by David Taras and Christopher Waddell. … Continue reading Currently Reading | February 23, 2020

ARC Review: “The End of the CBC?” by David Taras and Christopher Waddell

Hi everyone! I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Overview from GoodReads: The End of the CBC? is about three overlapping crises: the crisis that has enveloped the CBC, the crisis of news, and the crisis of democracy. They are all the result to some degree of the vast changes that have … Continue reading ARC Review: “The End of the CBC?” by David Taras and Christopher Waddell

Book Review: “Laughter Includes the Word: Revealed, A Life of Poetry” by Doug Snelson

Hi everyone! I received a final copy from Net Galley. Overview from GoodReads: With writings spanning more than five decades, award-winning author and literacy champion Doug Snelson shares, from his larger overall collection, a selection of verse reflecting his unique poetic perspective on the special and everyday events of his life in Laughter Includes the … Continue reading Book Review: “Laughter Includes the Word: Revealed, A Life of Poetry” by Doug Snelson

ARC Review: “Crime and Criminality: Social, Psychological, and Neurobiological Explanations” by Ehor Boyanowsky

Hi everyone! I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Overview from GoodReads: Crime and Criminality employs case studies, both notorious and lesser known, to bring theories to life, and to offer insight into vital contemporary topics like domestic violence, child pornography, genocide, the effect of climate change on crime, and the evolution … Continue reading ARC Review: “Crime and Criminality: Social, Psychological, and Neurobiological Explanations” by Ehor Boyanowsky

ARC Review: “Electric Brain: How the New Science of Brainwaves Reads Minds, Tells Us How We Learn, and Helps Us Change for the Better” by R. Douglas Fields, PHD

Hey guys! I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Overview from GoodReads: Analyzing brainwaves, the imperceptible waves of electricity surging across your scalp, has been possible for nearly a century. But only now are neuroscientists becoming aware of the wealth of information brainwaves hold about a person’s life, thoughts, and future health. … Continue reading ARC Review: “Electric Brain: How the New Science of Brainwaves Reads Minds, Tells Us How We Learn, and Helps Us Change for the Better” by R. Douglas Fields, PHD