A fascinating cross between a self-help book and a memoir, although the former falls a little short.
Some people really have earned the status of hero when we consider history.
There are a lot of books I can throw into the ‘read for the wrong reason’ category. This is one
Dispatches from the Edge is touching and horrifying, and reminds us how us how the fragility of live continues to effect us.
United Breaks Guitars went viral, proving to corporations that you can’t just step on customers.
The temptation to abandon something you are not initially enjoying is not always something to heed. If you do, you may miss out on some pretty great things.
I keep giving Stephen King a shot, and I keep learning that he may not deserve it.
This book is part memoir, part counter apologetics, and a pretty good tool to understand why atheists don’t believe.
Jaron Lanier is a man wearing many hats, and this makes him a very interesting subject for a memoir.
J.D. Vance’s hillbilly childhood was rather poor, and it may be symptomatic of what is wrong in modern America.