My little Parisian book trip!!

Hello everyone, Some of you may have noticed I went on a little trip last week. Yep I was in my home country in France and leisurely behaved like a little tourist in Paris. I was however not looking for fashion but for books. French Young Adult (YA) novels to be more precise. I was…

project365 – January 25, 2015 – Small world

Originally posted on phlogged:
It’s so small to us, but imagine how enormous it must be for the microscopic life living on it’s surface. I wish I could fit this thing under the microscope! Just imagine how the spikes must seem like peaky mountain tops, and the holes like never ending caverns to the tiny little microbes that…

Featured Blogger this week: Rob from “Art by Rob Goldstein”

Hello everyone, I feel that this edition of “Featured Blogger” is somewhat special because we are meeting Rob from “Art by Rob Goldstein” who is raising awareness of mental illnesses, a plight that a lot are faced with that most of us may be unfamiliar with, at least for now. Rob is teaching us by bringing…

Pick The World – Nicaragua: A little Poetry with Gioconda Belli

  I have always been an admirer of all talented with words and poetry has been an art I have been recently re-introduced to. Today my take on Pick The World – Nicaragua is a poem from reknown author and poet Gioconda Belli and translated by Charles Castadi. Enjoy   AT NIGHT, THE WIFE MAKES…

Book Blog Tour stop + Review of “Lost” by Elle Field

Welcome to my stop on the tour for the newly released “Lost” by Elle Field.   Here you will find both my review of Lost and you will also be able to learn a little more about Elle reading the fab author interview conducted by fellow blogger “Chick Lit Uncovered”. Synopsys from  I would like…

Read 4 Review: “Brew” by David Estes

Synopsis from    I read this a while back but I am only posting the review now. It is interesting to go back to how I started reviewing and how I review now. Anyway, this was then. I would like to first of all thank the author for gifting me “Brew” in exchange for an…

Featured Blogger this week: “The Part-Time Monster” blog

Please welcome Diana from the “Part-Time Monster” blog. Diana is Just Gene’O ‘s sister and is also a major contributor to “The Sourcererblog”. I would like to thank Diana for taking the time to all my questions and really hope you enjoy getting to know a little more about her.   LaChouett: When did you decide to…

My first Author interview: LaChouett meets Angela Marsons

Hi Everyone, As a book reviewer, there is nothing better than interviewing an author that you are a fan of and I am really excited to have had my first author Q&A with Angela Marsons, who wrote the spectacular debut thriller “Silent Scream”.  I would like to say a big thank you to Angela for…

My Take on Pick The World – Tajikistan

Hello Folks, I have put together another one of my picture collage for my virtual tour to Tajikistan which hopefully capture the essence of this country. Enjoy! LaChouett

LaChouett: Wrap it up March!

Hi Guys! It’s April already, the year is just flying by and so in my reading. As always, I like to start a new month looking back at my reads during the previous four weeks so here it goes. I liked the fact that I managed to go across genres this time round as well with…

Shakespeare taught me…be careful who you call the fool… #aprilfools

Originally posted on LMC:
You might feel fooled if you fell for a prank today. But a good fool, a traditional fool, would have had it almost impossible not to fall for the prank. Because a good fool, would study their “victim” and use the right moment and timing to get the effect they want…