Audiobook of the Month | September

Fall is the best season for reading. It’s cool and cozy and there is tea and pumpkin things. And I am so excited that it’s finally here (even though the weather hasn’t caught up yet. And this week, I realized that nothing makes my commute to work nicer than listening to an audiobook and appreciating […]

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Book Review | The Last Leonardo

I have always been fascinated by Leonardo da Vinci. Not only is he an insanely talented artist, he was a true genius. The original renaissance man. My love for him was cemented when I read Walter Isaacson’s Leonardo da Vinci last year (if you couldn’t tell by my inability to shut up about it). So […]

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Women’s History Books to Read for Women’s History Month

Last month, I shared some history or historical books to read for Black History Month (or anytime, really). So, I thought I’d do the same thing for Women’s History Month! I stuck to books I’ve read and feel confident recommending (most of the books recommended under the main suggestions are books still on my TBR). […]

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Book Review | The Trial of Lizzie Borden

I was a strange kid who was fascinated by both space and weird historical events. One of those weird historical events was the Borden murders. I don’t remember the first time I learned about them – I probably heard the rhyme and looked it up – but I’ve been interested ever since. Obviously, I couldn’t […]

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Book Review | Impeachment: An American History

One of my goals this year is to read more history books. I love learning about history – I even majored in it in college – and I have a kind of ridiculous collection of history books on my shelves and haven’t read a good 90% of them. So, naturally, I did not pick from […]

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Book Review | The Stowaway

Over the past couple of years, I have been reading more and more nonfiction, and I’ve grown to love it. And I’ve discovered that I love nonfiction that reads like fiction. It’s exciting and engaging instead of dry – which we all know history books can be – and it makes the story all that […]

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Book Review | The Written World

Since it’s Nonfiction November, I think it’s only fitting that I do at least one nonfiction review. I am always on board for books about books, so I was pretty excited when I first saw Martin Puchner’s The Written World. It’s all about how literature shaped the world as we know it – something I think […]

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