Category Archives: non fiction

Middle-Earth by Donato Giancola

This book lives up to the promise: stunning artwork of various types (drawings, paintings, several mediums) and a true passion for Tolkien’s works by the artist. It is obvious he has delved deep into the texts and produced images that … Continue reading

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It’s Never Too Late To Look Great! by Maggie Cox

Of note, this is a very British-focused book, providing quite a few stores/places to find the fashion featured in the book. Style transcends location, of course, but the thoughts, references, and voice of the book was very British. The author … Continue reading

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The Ultimate History of the 80s Teen Movie by James King

The title accurately sums up what you will find here: a very thoroughly researched biography of 80s teen movies. Author King takes pains to put all the information into perspective of the era: the power players, the movements, the politics, … Continue reading

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Fix-It and Forget-It Slow Cooker Freezer Meals by Hope Comerford

Cook it and Forget It lives up to the title: a large group of recipes collected from enthusiasts around the country that are easy to prepare en masse and then store and pull out daily to thaw and then slow … Continue reading

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Burn The Stage: The Rise of BTS and Korean Boy Bands

Make no mistake, Burn The Stage is a book written quickly but efficiently to capitalize on the current fame of the band (a glance at author Shapiro’s bibliography will attest that this is his niche). So you can expect a … Continue reading

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Penwern by Mark Hertzberg

Rarely do I give five stars to a book dedicated to a non fiction subject; typically, they drone on and on or are far too clinical (or too biased/waxing eloquent) to be really interesting or useful. Often, these ‘labors of … Continue reading

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Plus+ by Bethany Rutter (Editor)

This is a hard book to classify because it feels more like a motivation book (wear whatever you want!) rather than a fashion book (inspiration of creating fashion styles). That is because the images are, for the most part, collected … Continue reading

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