Category: miscellaneous

IndieLove Magazine Launch (and a Giveaway!)

IndieLove Magazine Launch (and a Giveaway!)

Posted May 3, 2016 / 17 Comments

    IndieLove Magazine is a new publication showcasing Indie Everything!!! From Independent Authors, Musicians, Film makers, Actors, Art, Etsy Crafters. With Bonus features such as content articles, recipes, DIY, not for profit and travel. It launches TODAY and is the brainchild of author/blogger Sarah Gai. Check out the following […]


Pocket Prayers for Military Life & A Special Guest Post

Pocket Prayers for Military Life & A Special Guest Post

Posted April 27, 2016 / 6 Comments

  A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed two books in the Pocket Prayers series from Max Lucado and a variety of co-authors. At that time, I spotlighted Pocket Prayers for Moms as well as Pocket Prayers for Friends.  Today I want to look at one more – Pocket Prayers for Military Life, […]


Top Ten Tuesday: Oh How Delightful!

Top Ten Tuesday: Oh How Delightful!

Posted April 26, 2016 / 80 Comments

  I love Tuesdays 🙂 I love participating in the weekly linkup over at The Broke and the Bookish. The topics are so much fun, and I’ve gotten to know so many blogging friends – and added so many books to my poor TBR continent – as a result of […]


Guest Post: 5 Must-Read Books for Harry Potter Fans

Guest Post: 5 Must-Read Books for Harry Potter Fans

Posted April 25, 2016 / 7 Comments

Next Century Publishing is taking the reins today for a special guest post to spotlight their Readers Legacy site, a 20% off sale on all of J.K. Rowling’s books from April 25-30, and their Grant Program in which they will be giving away 1M books to children across the nation. 5 […]


Africa Study Bible Kickstarter Campaign

Africa Study Bible Kickstarter Campaign

Posted April 24, 2016 / 2 Comments

Y’all already know that I’m passionate about story. As a teacher of international adults, I am passionate about presenting THE Story to people from other cultures in a way that resonates with THEM. Not Americanized. Not “native Christian-ized”. But relatable and easily understood no matter what your faith background or nationality. […]


Truth in Fiction with Jennifer Slattery

Truth in Fiction with Jennifer Slattery

Posted April 23, 2016 / 2 Comments

Hi friends! <3 Usually authors hang out over here with me but today I’m hanging out with author Jennifer Slattery on her Truth in Fiction blog! I’m talking about life at the end of my comfort zone … and how it relates to what I do in my other life […]


March in Review

March in Review

Posted April 9, 2016 / 10 Comments

  I had a really busy – but FUN – March here on the blog! Most notably, I migrated from wordpress.com over here to this lovely new home. Here’s how the brand spankin’ remodeled blog spent its time in March… Click on the book cover to be taken to that review. […]



Stay in Touch!

Stay in Touch!

Posted April 2, 2016 / 4 Comments

Hello, dear readers! If you previously followed my blog on the wordpress.com site (as opposed to its current home here on readingismysuperpower.org), it has come to my attention that blog updates & posts may not be getting to you in a timely fashion. Should that be the case for you, […]



February in Review

February in Review

Posted March 12, 2016 / 9 Comments

I’m a little late in getting to this post, but here is how my blog occupied itself during the month of February 2016 🙂


Just Ignore the Blogger Behind the Curtain

Posted March 8, 2016 / 0 Comments

Please ignore the last couple of administrative-type posts 🙂 One of the joys of blog migration. However, that said, I would in fact LOVE for you to follow me on bloglovin’! or any of the other social media options in the sidebar!


Announcing ReadingIsMySuperPower.org!

Announcing ReadingIsMySuperPower.org!

Posted March 6, 2016 / 24 Comments

I am so EXCITED to announce the official unveiling of Reading Is My SuperPower’s new home! From now on, all posts will be made here at readingismysuperpower.org!! I am so EXCITED to announce the official unveiling of Reading Is My SuperPower’s new home! From now on, all posts will be made here at readingismysuperpower.org!!

If you followed me before, you should still be signed up to follow me here on the new digs, but just in case feel free to subscribe via email or social media in the sidebar links.

There may be a new look, but you can expect the same style of reviews, interviews, and giveaways 🙂


Coming Soon…A New Look & A New Address

Coming Soon…A New Look & A New Address

Posted February 14, 2016 / 18 Comments

After a crazy first year of blogging that completely exceeded my wildest expectations, I am about to outgrow this wordpress.com site. I have redesigned the site and am in the process of fine tuning everything over at the new “house” – readingismysuperpower.org.



Alan Rickman, 1946-2016

Alan Rickman, 1946-2016

Posted January 14, 2016 / 8 Comments

I was so very sad this morning to hear of Alan Rickman’s death. To me, he will always be Colonel Brandon and Professor Snape. His distinctive voice and thoughtful approach to acting will be missed.


Readers, Recommend Your Bookstore!

Posted January 6, 2016 / 0 Comments

Independent publisher Sourcebooks announces the “Readers, Recommend Your Bookstore” campaign, which will give grant money to three nominated bookstores. The “Readers, Recommend Your Bookstore Campaign” is inspired by the phenomenal support booksellers have given The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katarina Bivald, which was selected as the #1 Indie Next Great Read for January 2016.


Bookishy Treats: The Shoppe

Bookishy Treats: The Shoppe

Posted January 6, 2016 / 4 Comments

When you purchase items from The Shoppe, you are also helping to change the world! A portion of the profits goes to:

-World Vision’s work with refugees
-Compassion’s work with students and education
-Children’s Hunger Fund work to help kids in America and around the globe with supplies they need to go to school
-Mocha Club’s Action Project



Veterans Day Reads

Veterans Day Reads

Posted November 11, 2015 / 6 Comments

Today in the United States, we celebrate Veterans Day to honor those men and women who have protected our country by serving in any branch of the military. I know that so often we take for granted that our freedom was free to us, but we don’t consider how much it […]