Three Shadows ~ Cyril Pedrosa, Edward Gauvin

Rating: 4/5 This lovely tale is one of loss and family, told in such a unique fantastical way, it's sure to worm it's way into your heart. Pedrosa's graphic novel is a fantasy retelling in honor of the death of one of his friends' sons who died at a young age. Pedrosa shows the process … Continue reading Three Shadows ~ Cyril Pedrosa, Edward Gauvin

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Black History in its Own Words ~ Ronald Wimberly

History and art are the perfect companions, as demonstrated by this collection of illustrations. Wimberly began this with just 8 illustrations for a publication during Black History Month in 2015, and continued the series over the next few years. He's created this compilation in this lovely printed and bound book, and the effect is stunning. … Continue reading Black History in its Own Words ~ Ronald Wimberly

Saga Volume 2 ~ Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

This second installment in the Saga series takes us back in time to when Marko and Alana met, and how their star-crossed romance blossomed. We also shuttle through space in a rocketship from a tree, and meet Hazel's grandparents, Marko's parents who are initially disgusted and surprised that he's chosen to marry outside of their … Continue reading Saga Volume 2 ~ Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

Q & A with Michele Swiderski, author of A Joyful Life

Q&A with author Michèle Swiderski: What prompted you to write a book about your experience battling depression? My most recent healing experience from depression and generalized anxiety was unique. I felt I had stumbled onto a huge secret that I was compelled to share with the world. I had been through bouts of depression before … Continue reading Q & A with Michele Swiderski, author of A Joyful Life