What do you think about weekly meme posts? I’ve always been impressed by book bloggers who write weekly posts about what’s going on in their bookish lives. I wish I had that kind of consistency. It might help keep me… Read More ›
Overall, 2018 was an excellent non-fiction reading year for me. Here’s a list of all the nonfiction books I read in three categories.
This Thursday (8/10/17) from 6-7 pm, I’ll be in conversation with writer and activist Sarah Prager at the Book Club Bookstore & More in South Windsor, CT. Prager’s new book Queer There and Everywhere: 23 People Who Changed the… Read More ›
I am beyond thrilled to announce that Mastering the Art of Self-Expression: A Creative Journaling Workbook by Laura Thoma is now available! About the workbook: Mastering the Art of Self-Expression is an interactive full-color workbook based on Laura Thoma’s successful in-person and… Read More ›
Martin Luther’s Travel Guide is a helpful guide for planning a pilgrimage to Germany and a nice introduction to Luther’s life and times. It covers the major locations, people, and conflicts in Luther’s life and work, and offers websites, hotel… Read More ›
My boss gave me a copy of Seth Godin’s new book, What To Do When It’s Your Turn, the day after I committed to a new business adventure with my wife yet before I told him I’d be leaving his… Read More ›
Why I read it:Years ago a friend’s ex-husband did something that could have landed him in prison. He’d been desperate, but, still, had broken the law. Around this time I was reading in bed one evening, my cat snuggled against… Read More ›