I had to read this book for class but it may have been one I tried to pick up on my own. In the last year or so I’ve started to really enjoy reading that allows me to think about myself and encourages emotional growth and maturity. While the title and layout of the book […]
Month: December 2018
On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the 21st Century by Timothy Snyder
This book was short and sweet and I truly loved every page. IMHO, it should be required reading for every American patriot and anyone else who loves their country, wherever that place may be. It has a wonderful historical approach the modern political concerns we are facing but it doesn’t just complain about the flaws […]
First Women by Kate Andersen Brower
First Women is a wonderful collection of stories and insights from America’s most influential First Ladies, starting with Eleanor Roosevelt and moving all the way to Melania Trump’s time in the White House so far. The emotions and efforts of these amazing women are translated well through Brower’s storytelling and I definitely have a new found […]
A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller Jr.
This book took stages to get through. It’s written in what I can only call a complex version of English — sort of an old, religious style of writing (which actually makes sense considering the book’s storyline). The author was an American vet from World War II writing in the 50s and 60s and his […]