Book Review: Girl Logic

I love, love, love reading memoirs. Autobiographies, too, but there's just something special about memoirs, you know? I used to only read them when I needed a break from reading fiction books or after a really bad book hangover (example: Career of Evil) but lately I've been seeking them out more and more. I guess the... Continue Reading →

When Breath Becomes Air

Paul Kalanithi's When Breath Becomes Air was perhaps one of the most beautiful and heart-breaking memoirs I have read. This is due, in part, to the fact that like many women, I felt that I knew Paul Kalanithi, through varying degrees of separation. I say this because I am one of the one million or more women who... Continue Reading →

Julie Andrews: Home

This year is decidedly the year of non-fiction, and of memoirs and autobiographies for me. It may only be February but I anticipate this pattern lasting well into 2016. I am currently, slowly but surely, working my way through three titles at the moment: Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop... Continue Reading →

Coming of Age in Mississippi

I was recently captivated by Anne Moody’s autobiography Coming of Age in Mississippi. This book is perfect for those of us that love to read about American history, and have particular interest in learning more about the Civil Rights Movement; or just those of us that love to read autobiographies and memoirs. Moody was born... Continue Reading →

Book Review: “Finding Momo”

Finding Momo is a photography book by Andrew Knapp. Momo, a sweet little black and white border collie, is hiding somewhere in every photo. Knapp narrates the book throughout, which gives added personality and character to Momo’s already expressive and inquisitive demeanor. “Momo makes friends with just about every dog and human he meets. But... Continue Reading →

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