A schedule that I will attempt to stick to

It's been nearly three weeks since I've last posted, not that anyone cares, but to try and avoid accidentally drifting off into the internet abyss I'm gonna attempt to stick to a regular posting schedule from now on.  I'm starting with just one post a week because that seems manageable, and I'm arbitrarily choosing Thursday… Continue reading A schedule that I will attempt to stick to

Treat yoself to some YA lit, even if you’re a week from 23

There are few genres as binge-worthy as Young Adult fiction. It's a good thing that these novels tend to be 300+ pages, and often come in a series, because it is entirely too possible to fly through one of them in a single sitting. One of the first YA series I remember reading is Scott… Continue reading Treat yoself to some YA lit, even if you’re a week from 23

Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold

Left to right: Joan Didion, John Gregory Dunne, and their daughter, Quintana Roo Dunne. (Image - Julian Wasser/Netflix) Released on October 27th,  2017, Griffin Dunne's documentary Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold chronicles his aunt's prolific writing career and offers a look into the mind of one of the nation's most intuitive authors. Dunne makes… Continue reading Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold

Book Review: Jill Santopolo’s “The Light We Lost”

[Image borrowed from┬áJill Santopolo's website because I returned my copy to the library today before I remembered to take a picture of it] This book is incredible. I realize that as far as opening lines go, this isn't exactly the most clever or witty, but it truly is the first thing that comes to mind… Continue reading Book Review: Jill Santopolo’s “The Light We Lost”