The Book Dr.
Sometimes we all need a good laugh.
Mary Laura Philpott was the perfect person to talk to about humor. Her book,View full post »
What to do when your personal philosophy hits a roadblock.
I’ve just finished reading Essentialism, by GregView full post »
“But to this day, I suspect I planted the seeds of my own suffering without any notion ofView full post »
I was so excited that How to Be a Woman was available at the library, I can’t even tell you.
The apparent impactView full post »
When The Art of Money galleys showed up at author Bari Tessler’s home, this is the photo her husband got of howView full post »
Just Mercy follows the trend in my reading lately- I seem to keep digging to the center of where human life can breakView full post »
I had long wanted to read The Storytelling Animal, since the idea that story is hardwired into us really spoke toView full post »
I finished A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara last week and I haven’t been ready to write about it yet. Honestly,View full post »
I keep having these plans to get up at 6am and write reviews for all of you. I hit snooze once at 6am, I won’tView full post »
I’m going to start with the most astonishing thing I learned in this book:
Gloria Steinem doesn’t drive. IView full post »
Sequels are dangerous.
We all know this. Beverly Hills Cop–amazing. Beverly Hills Cop 2–still prettyView full post »
Proust. It’s a short name with a lot of baggage.
I was almost embarrassed to tell people that’s what I wasView full post »
What to read on your next sick day.
This holiday season, I have found myself sick far more often than usual. When myView full post »
I’ll come right out and say it: this is one of the oddest things I have read in quite some time. Here is my bookView full post »
I’m assuming we’re all fans of the library here, right?
If you read as much as people like us read, theView full post »
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