Featured Series | Anne Logan: Books, Cats, & A Bit Of Wowza

Featured Series | Anne Logan: Books, Cats, & A Bit Of Wowza

(Above) “Ive’ Read This” Logo!

by your humble TBL Journal Administrator

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Reading any new post, book review, or update of her weekly radio appearance on CBC’s Homestretch is something that all of her readers, I assume, enjoy doing–speaking for myself. I know I do. When I started The Black Lion Journal, I hunted for genuinely friendly and kind people online that were willing to share and contribute their articles and reviews. Was I more than happy when my beady eyes landed on Anne Logan’s I’ve Read This website (what a title!) whose book reviews featured pictures of her cat? Yes. Yes I was.

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Featured Series | Angela Vincent: Humility, London, and Other Musings–All in a Bookworm’s Life

Featured Series | Angela Vincent: Humility, London, and Other Musings–All in a Bookworm’s Life

There is no doubt in our TBL Administrator’s mind that women empowering others to read and to love books is a priceless value. For this reason, when she spied Angela Vincent–book blogger, Londoner, attested bookworm–she knew that she wanted a writer, blogger, and reviewer like her as a re-post contributor.
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Featured Series | Thaddeus Miles: Photography of America

Featured Series | Thaddeus Miles: Photography of America

When our TBL Administrator was growing up, she naturally thought that the best way to avoid getting a darker complexion was to cover up her body and avoid the sun at all cost–and that this was a good thing, even encouraged. It wasn’t until she was around nine when she realized that her skin tone would never be “lighter.” And honestly, this is still a struggle that she deals with from time to time.
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