Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil
The characters in the story are wide and varied whether in social standing, temperament, or distance from the actual murder.
Thank you Dear Readers! One of my goals for this year has been to read two books each month and write a review. This was a departure from...
Book Review: Before We Were Yours
Other than the intellectual meaning of the word orphan, I have no real knowledge of what it means to be an orphan. I’ve never had a...
Book Review - Cutting Back: An Apprenticeship in the Gardens of Kyoto
As I’ve discovered in this journey of reading two books a month I’m drawn to real people sharing stories of their lives. Cutting Back; An...
Book Review: Florencia: An Accidental Story
Mozambique - just the sound of that word feels exotic. But that's not the country's current status. Years and years of civil war have...
Book Review - The History of Bees: A Novel
This story, The History of Bees, is actually three stories, in three different eras, linked through the bee. We start in the future,...
Book Review - Shoe Dog: A Memoir
Shoe Dog by Phil Knight was riveting! In this memoir Phil Knight recounts his journey in creating the mega giant retailer Nike. And what a j
Book Review - Inheriting Edith: A Novel
l read somewhere, maybe on Amazon.com, that this story was a tragicomedy. That seemed an unusual concept to me but the story idea was intrig
Book Review: Happiness
It was a fascinating radio interview with Matthieu Ricard as the guest. Here was this French scientist who had become a Buddhist Monk.