Book Review: Bird by Bird (Anne Lamott, 1994)

I was about halfway through Anne Lamott’s Bird by Bird when I fully began to appreciate the genius of her writing. If you’re not familiar with this work, it is one of the classics of the writing genre of books. Think Lewis Grizzard teaching a Writing 101 course. Lamott offers coveted advice to writers, or … Continue reading Book Review: Bird by Bird (Anne Lamott, 1994)

Book Review: The Dash (Ken Fite, 2016)

Ken Fite is quickly becoming one of the most inspirational authors of our generation, and he is developing a following because readers everywhere can relate to his stories. In The Dash: Lessons in Life, Faith, and Purpose, you'll discover that a fulfilling and purposeful life are within your grasp if you will take just a few … Continue reading Book Review: The Dash (Ken Fite, 2016)

Book Review: The Only Thing to Fear (Caroline Tung Richmond, 2014)

What would the United States look like today if Germany had won World War II? Caroline Tung Richmond’s debut novel, The Only Thing to Fear, explores this question with a journey into the alternate history genre. Set in the 21st century, the plot follows the plight of the protagonist Zara as she propagates a grass-roots … Continue reading Book Review: The Only Thing to Fear (Caroline Tung Richmond, 2014)