‘A Small Madness’ By Dianne Touchell | I’ve Read This
#WomenWriters / Anne Logan / Archives / Books / Contributors / Pt. 9 / Reviews

‘A Small Madness’ By Dianne Touchell | I’ve Read This

A Small Madness is a wonderful piece of literature; beautifully written, accessible for pre-teens and teens, and shockingly well-paced for such a short read. I highly recommend this for parents especially because it reminds us why non-judgmental communication is so important. Continue reading

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‘The Stranger In My Home’ By Adele Parks | Changing Pages
#WomenWriters / Angela Vincent / Archives / Books / Contributors / Pt. 9 / Reviews

‘The Stranger In My Home’ By Adele Parks | Changing Pages

This is one of those books that drew me in from the the beginning. From that first knock on the door, things are not looking good for Alison and her family. Immediately, I wanted to know more. Continue reading

‘The Secret Diary Of Hendrik Groen, 83 1/4 Years Old’ By Hendrik Groen | I’ve Read This
Anne Logan / Books / Contributors / Pt. 9 / Reviews

‘The Secret Diary Of Hendrik Groen, 83 1/4 Years Old’ By Hendrik Groen | I’ve Read This

I doubt you’ve read anything like this; I certainly hadn’t. It’s essentially a private diary that spans the course of a year, written by an 83 year-old man in a nursing home. It’s apparently fiction (although who can really say for sure?) and it is laugh out loud funny. Continue reading

Why Thank You Letters Still Matter | Changing Pages
Angela Vincent / Contributors / Pt. 9 / Travel, Life, & Aesthetics

Why Thank You Letters Still Matter | Changing Pages

In an age where email, FB messenger, Whatsapp and whatever other form of digital communication takes your fancy, the hand written word can take second place. Today ‘thank you’s’ can be said or sent, with accompanying happy face emoji the moment a gift has been received. All of these are good, but for me nothing beats the pleasure of a hand written thank you. Continue reading