The Day I Die: The Untold Story of Assisted Dying in America | Anita Hannig | Book Review

With my background in gerontology the idea of decline and death have been an important part of my life. I took care of individuals on Hospice, and listened whenever someone questioned why they were still alive. Occasionally, these conversations would turn to the idea of assisted death. There were alot of mixed feelings when itContinue reading “The Day I Die: The Untold Story of Assisted Dying in America | Anita Hannig | Book Review”

Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed To Be | Marissa R. Moss | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Her Country? Growing up, I was always listening to country music. Honestly, I feel pretty fortunate to have grown up in the era of Trisha Yearwood, Faith Hill, Martina McBride, and Shania Twain. And that is just naming a few artists from that time. We were also lucky to listenContinue reading “Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed To Be | Marissa R. Moss | Audiobook Review”

Titanic: A Survivor’s Story | Colonel Archibald Gracie | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Titanic: A Survivor’s Story? Colonel Archibald Gracie was a passenger aboard Titanic when it hit the iceberg and sank on April 15th, 1912. Titanic: A Survivor’s Story is his first hand account of what happened during those final hours. When I came across this audiobook, I thought it would beContinue reading “Titanic: A Survivor’s Story | Colonel Archibald Gracie | Audiobook Review”

Titanic Day by Day: 366 Days With The Titanic | Simon Medhurst | Book Review

I have an annual tradition of reading something Titanic related during the week of April 15th. I do read things at other times as well but this particular week is just special. This year marks the 110th anniversary of the Titanic sinking on that early morning of April 15th, 1912. To honor this date, authorContinue reading “Titanic Day by Day: 366 Days With The Titanic | Simon Medhurst | Book Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

Reading, Writing, Nerding, and Honoring the Oxford Comma Since 1987.

A. A. MacConnell

When you write drabbles, you relieve the pressure of the epic novel expanding in your head.

The Calico Books

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