• A Question of Will: The Aliomenti Saga, Book 1

    A Question of Will (volume 1) by Alex Albrinck was my first read of June. The story follows Will Stark: father, husband, and entrepreneur. Told from both Will and his foe’s perspectives, we learn about the ancient order of the Aliomenti and their plans for any who seek to betray them. Story overview The story begins in 2030, with Will having built up his own empire from nothing. Time travel is a feature that comes later in the book, taking Will all the way to…

  • Relics of Andromeda: Song of Ancients

    An Epic Tale Spanning Civilizations And Centuries Anka has believed the stories since childhood: the alien relics bring ruin and madness. Ancient pieces of technology that seem to have minds of their own, the relics interfere with human psychology, granting the power to bend space and time- and often inducing psychosis. When the colonists of Andromeda first discovered the relics, long before Anka was born, humanity was plunged into chaos. Now Anka is carrying a relic in her pack, tasked with securing the object before…

  • 12 Rules For Life: An Antidote to Chaos: Review

    Although perhaps considered a controversial book by critics of Peterson, I loved this book so much! Despite the lies spread in the media about Peterson, he’s a very down to earth, logical-thinking man with a caring attitude toward other people. His 12 Rules for Life was an insightful read that discussed various ways to improve your own personal life, instead of focusing on the melodrama being spread around the internet nowadays. One of the rules that held my attention most was about putting your own house…