Category Archives: Books

A not-review of Jill Stark’s HIGH SOBRIETY

Originally posted on Seraglio :
I was going to be very clever with this. I thought to use a 12-step framework to present the review. Geddit? I got to two steps and then stopped writing (but not reading, finished it like…

A not-review of Jill Stark’s HIGH SOBRIETY

Originally posted on Seraglio :
I was going to be very clever with this. I thought to use a 12-step framework to present the review. Geddit? I got to two steps and then stopped writing (but not reading, finished it like…

Just Kids

Review of Just Kids from Books Outside the Box.

Just Kids

Review of Just Kids from Books Outside the Box.

Stand Up, Sit Down Book Club discusses BOSSYPANTS

~post by Steven W. It’s time to play the music! It’s time to light the lights! It’s time to meet Steve and Flippo at BookPeople tonight! It’s time to read a memoir! It’s time to dress up right! It’s time…

Stand Up, Sit Down Book Club discusses BOSSYPANTS

~post by Steven W. It’s time to play the music! It’s time to light the lights! It’s time to meet Steve and Flippo at BookPeople tonight! It’s time to read a memoir! It’s time to dress up right! It’s time…

Life on Mars by Tracy K. Smith

Reading this collection of modern poetry just reminds me of how uncreative I am. I blame it all on college. It sucks the wonderousness out of you and fills you with things like MLA style, bibliographies, and … logic. Blah.

Life on Mars by Tracy K. Smith

Reading this collection of modern poetry just reminds me of how uncreative I am. I blame it all on college. It sucks the wonderousness out of you and fills you with things like MLA style, bibliographies, and … logic. Blah.

Daring Greatly: How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead by Brene Brown

Usually I don’t read books that start with the word “How” in the subtitle, but a local book club assigned this book for their June book club meeting, and, like the great planner I am, I decided to go to

Daring Greatly: How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead by Brene Brown

Usually I don’t read books that start with the word “How” in the subtitle, but a local book club assigned this book for their June book club meeting, and, like the great planner I am, I decided to go to