What an interesting read. I don’t think it shook me in the way it did for many people, but on reflection that has to do more with Louis then Westover. I think. Let me try to explain.Continue reading
Andy Grenne did the Lord’s work with this one. He talked with everyone; producers, writers, directors, actors (even Steve!), costume designers, and caterers. It’s everything you could have ever wanted to know about The Office, all in one book. It’s the perfect quarantine read!Continue reading
This is the true story of Thad Roberts, a NASA intern who stole pieces of the moon. I had never even heard of this incident until I read the description of this audiobook, but I saw Casey Affleck narrated and that sealed the deal. What could be better than my favorite Affleck reading about true crime?Continue reading
I had never heard of Edouard Louis until March of this year when I read his featured article in New York Times Magazine. And I was incredibly intrigued. Who was this French writer who had been upending French literature for years? Why hadn’t I ever heard of him? I keep up with popular books and there are translations of his work in English. How had I literally never heard of The End of Eddy?Continue reading
You’ve probably heard of Dirty John. Goffard wrote about him in the LA Times and then made a podcast about it. As someone who loves learning about wild things humans do, I was intrigued. But let’s start with the intro.Continue reading
Y’all. I am here to tell you that Watson is a goddess and you should definitely read Semicolon. Yes, even you in the back who don’t care about grammar. And you over there who only read fiction. Even y’all.Continue reading
I don’t often read non fiction or scientific related material. But I love Aziz and I love Parks and Rec with a passion and I believe in #treatyoself so here we are.
I graduated with a degree in English so I felt fairly confident I knew about Shakespeare’s background. This book proved I still have a lot to learn.
I didn’t know anything about Mozart before this book.