New Release! The Origins of Everything in 100 Pages

David Bercoivci’s The Origins of Everything in 100 Pages (More or Less) is actually closer to 150 pages, which still makes it a short, concise book considering there’s 14 billion years of history packed into it. Continue reading New Release! The Origins of Everything in 100 Pages

New release! Butter: A Rich History

Butter: A Rich History by Elaine Khosrova A few months ago, I had the opportunity to read and review a cookbook that recommended using a high fat butter.  While that book went into a little bit of detail on what constituted high fat butter, I realized I still had a lot of questions after a discussion on my review about exactly what determines a butter to be high fat.  So when I requested this book, I hoped to learn more about how to choose a good butter for baking but got a whole lot more. Butter: A Rich History, by … Continue reading New release! Butter: A Rich History

Review: Runes for Beginners

Runes for Beginners: Simple Divination and Interpretation by Alexandra Chauran This is a great resource for anyone who would like to learn more about the use of Runes in divination, whether you’re just getting started or an experienced user. The detailed and easy to understand information covers everything from the history and meanings of the runes to how to cast and create your own set of runes. When I began this book, I already had a set of runes and some basic understanding. While some of the rune names are different then what I learned (the book calls one rune … Continue reading Review: Runes for Beginners