Litter Bugs: Review

Here’s another cheery story from Busy Bees Publishing! For the best listening experience, get headphones. Litter Bugs will be the perfect distraction from the iPad games. You’re never too old for children’s stories. Before penning this review, I had my earpiece plugged to my Macbook. I’m telling you, this song is insanely contagious! Listen to this charming story with your kid, mummies and daddies. I guarantee you’ll be singing (and humming) along to this song! A tale with an important message —  how’s that for an audio story? Sweeping up […]

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Little Miss Sure Shot: Review

Little Miss Sure Shot: Review

Little Miss Sure Shot: Review Many seemed to regard her as something of a freak of nature, and her skills as unapproachable as those of a high-wire artist. Little Miss Sure Shot tells the tale of legendary shooter Annie Oakley. This fictionalised biography novel is a decent take on her life history. At just 112 pages, the author managed to bring the events and characters to life. “Some people can walk a tightrope. I can shoot.” It’s hard not to like the protagonist. Shy and competitive, she’s a character worth cheering on. Some […]

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With Learning Courses, You Never Have To Scratch Your Head

Seeker of Knowledge  If you’ve been following my blog, you would know that I’m a pretty big fan of education — especially if it’s online. After graduation and an internship from a respectable gaming website, I’ve had this yearning to go back to school. Not a university, per se, but just a place for me to pick up new skills so as to keep ahead of the competition. My highest qualification is a diploma, and frankly speaking, sometimes I do wonder if I’m “qualified” enough to survive in this […]

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This Seems Appropriate Enough. (Goodbye 2014!)

2013 was practice. 2014 was the warm-up. 2015 is the big game. This is gold, isn’t it? I came across this passage on TheGoodVibe’s Instagram and it’s etched in my brain ever since.  2014 was both a rewarding and frustrating year. I began collaborating with Little, Brown to promote their newly released books. I was introduced to authors and books I’ve never heard of. I stepped out from my comfort zone and began reading outside my genre. I took part in several reading challenges — even though I was failing […]

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