Indie Book Reviews: Part II

Myths of the Mirror

Once again, while I’m away, I’m catching up on posting the book reviews that I completed over the past few months. This is Part Two. Comments are open, but since I’m still off the internet grid, it will be a bit longer before I can reply. Please click through and check out a wonderful blogger’s site. Or, better yet, try out a book! Enjoy!

my-vibrating-vertebraeMy Vibrating Vertebrae: and other poems by Agnes Mae Graham 

A wonderful collection of poems by Agnes Mae Graham, saved and published by her children C. Graham and L. J. Baker as a tribute to her mother. I read this book over a weekend. Many of the poems are playfully clever, a clear sign of Ms. Graham’s robust sense of humor. She even titled one “Nonsense Rhyme.” Yet she also writes poignantly about her love of home and family, and the trials of life including a…

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Lost in Harmony

Yes, today is “music day” on WordPress!

Apps Reviewed

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digixart.lostinharmony

An unforgettable journey. Live the tale. This is a story where boy meets girl, and fate tries to tear them apart. Embark on a breath-taking journey to help Kaito save Aya. Simple to play just tap stars in rhythm according to the song, swipe and jumo to avoid the obstacles. Experience music in a new way with the combination of rhythmic tapping and choreographic runner in an emotional story, Play songs by famous composers & singers like Wycleaf Jean, Breath-taking graphics that’ll sweep you off your feet, Astonishing cinematic effects, Tap & Play to your favourite songs, Create your own levels, share & play with your friends, Moving and original soundtracks, 7,000+ levels to play generated by other games.

Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian, Dutch, Turkish, Russian, Chinese (simple), Chinese (traditional), Korean, Japanese, Indonesian, Thai, Vietnamese, Arabic.

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First Friday

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