When I first posted about The Obesity Code, I indicated it was perhaps my most transparent post to date. We’ll this may top that – […]
I first read Rabbit, Run by John Updike in college and remember loving it. A year or so ago one of my best reading buddies […]
While technically Day by Michael Cunningham will fall into the category of COVID pandemic fiction, this one was beautifully and uniquely constructed—three days in three years, stretching from 2019 to 2021. The same day on the calendar, so each is a year apart.
Women and Children First by Alina Grabowski is a beautifully written story set in a small Massachusetts town. It involves the lives of mothers, daughters, […]
In This Naked Mind, Annie Grace attempts to help people reconsider their drinking habits and examine their relationship with alcohol.
Call us book snobs. It is a label we embrace. My book club’s book ratings from 2022-2023.
I’m talking about a weight loss book for the first time in more than 15 years of book blogging. This says something because I’ve been a chronic dieter since I hit my teens.
The Pole by J. M. Coetzee is at once moody and mysterious – full of tension. This novella centers around Beatriz and Wittold. She’s a […]
Last week when I was wrapping up my review of The Covenant of Water by Abraham Verghese, I saw that he was going to be […]
It has been 14 years since Abraham Verghese published Cutting for Stone, a book that easily ranks in my top five favorites of all time. […]