Tag: what to read

Book Review: Braving the Wilderness

Psychology Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone By Brené Brown 194 pp. Random House $18.00 In Braving the Wilderness, Brené talks about how we struggle with wanting to belong with the in-crowd, but we find true belonging when we are true...

Book Review: The Devil in the White City

Nonfiction The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America By Erik Larson 447 pp. Vintage $20.50 Years ago you wouldn’t have caught me reading a nonfiction book unless it was assigned as homework. Admittedly, it’s still not my favorite genre. Like...

Book Review: Into Thin Air

Count mountain climbing off my bucket list. Nonfiction Into Thin Air By Jon Krakauer 293 pp. Villard $14.60 There’s something innately ‘cool’ about mountain climbing. I’m not sure if it’s the gear, the brands, the people (both real and fictional), or the mountains themselves. Maybe all of the above;...

Free Novelette – The Caravan

Writing The Caravan has been a long process. The Idea came from a dream I had about two years ago. I don’t want to give away the story before you read it, so I’ll just say, the dream inspired the big, dramatic scene towards the end. Because of this,...

Book Review: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Take a second look at those hard to love Fiction ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE  By Gail Honeyman 325 pp. Penguin Books. $16.00. I forget why I missed book club, but for whatever reason, I wasn’t there when this book was chosen as our June book. When I got...