In honor of Back to School time and the fact that I’m low on ideas right now, here’s a list of books by professors I had during my undergraduate career at Yale.
These bookish mugs are must-haves for readers who drink coffee constantly and are all less than $20 to buy today.
I’m always interested in looking at the breakdown of my reading, especially fiction versus nonfiction, male vs female authors, etc. Here is my 2017 reading broken down by the numbers.
Recently I devoured the book Young Jane Young and discovered Gabrielle Zevin. Now, I want to showcase her as an author.
I love books that switch between POV, especially when it is done well, and Young Jane Young excels in that
Green absolutely delivered with his new book, Turtles All the Way Down, which has quickly become my favorite of his novels
Sister is a strangely beautiful prose account of a woman obsessed with her husband’s first wife.
It’s a normal day at the zoo until it’s shots ring out and there are bodies on the ground and suddenly its a matter of life and death
A man and his three sons move into The Gardens, and nothing is ever the same again. The Goldens pull their neighbors into their circle, full of intrigue and namelessness and the mysteries of their past that they cannot escape. The story is moderated, and that really is the best way to describe it, by…
Check out Perfect Little World if you love the idea of perfection and how impossible it is to achieve it due to humanity because human.
Short stories galore! Check out the little works from some of your favorite authors.