Marina L. Reed (honB.A., M.A., B.Ed.) grew up in rural Ontario. She has since lived and worked in countries around the world as an educator, a journalist, writer, and artist. She brings her skills as a writer, experiences of loss in her own life, and those of others, to cocreate Remember, It's OK. She is a great lover of nature, of animals, and the empowerment of individuals. Follow her at Marinalreed.com.
It’s easy to believe—from their perch on your bookshelves and on bedside tables – that books live a quiet little life, keeping time and company with the sunbeams, shadows, and dust motes. The truth is they have a very full life before they make it into your hands and your ... Read more
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Inspired by their own experiences with loss, and seeing how so many suffer alone with their grief, Remember, It’s OK (Blue Moon Publishers/Next Chapter Press), is a new series of books that open the doors of grief. The co-creators (author Marina L. Reed and psychotherapist ... Read more
We consulted the stars (internet) and our shelves to bring you book recommendations based (sort of) on your zodiac sign.
Our last In Review of 2018 is all poetry, holiday book wrapping ideas, reflections on celebrating holidays as an LGBTQ2s+ family, Pantone colour inspo, and more! Thank you, dear reader, for following along with our bookish exploits and adventures all year and we hope you'll ... Read more
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