One important thing to know about me is that I’m addicted to NPR. That addiction has worsened in the past year into what I can only describe as a coping mechanism, but that’s also interrupted my old routine of plowing through audiobooks on the regular, especially non-fiction ones. It doesn’t help that my commute isContinue reading “A Heart That Works”
The Anthropocene, if you are also confused, is basically the name of the age we live in now.
A 4.3 star read for me!
Navy SEAL turned Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw published his first book in April, and I’ll admit, I was nervous going into it.
Sure, this book wasn’t revolutionary. It didn’t blow my mind or really change me, but it was interesting, and I hope to see more of the Buttigieg’s in the future.
There are a few couples out there that get, no matter the moment, an unwavering show of support from the world and that we know are meant for the long-haul.
Part memoir, part essay collection, lots of humor and jokes, and an actual behind-the-scenes look at SNL.
A few nights ago, there was a scream heard around the world. It was me, aghast that once agains the Jonas Brothers’ memoir had been delayed
Celebrity book clubs are an amazing feature of our modern life.
I always loved Full House growing up, it was my Friends before I discovered Friends in late middle school/high school. When Aunt Becky was arrested back in March/April, I decided to rewatch Full House from the beginning. And yes, I watch Fuller House too. And if Steve and DJ don’t end up together I willContinue reading “Full Circle”
I’m going to be frank here. JVN is my least favorite Queer Eye guy.
Am I the last of the book people to read this book? Likely. Did I love it? Absolutely.