Reading Lists Archive
Along with beach reads, another book roundup that I love to explore are road trip books! Living in Brooklyn, I don’t have a car but on the occasion that I rent one, it feels like a luxury.
Are you on the beach? I hope you’re on the beach. Right now, reading this. We’ve had a bunch of rainy weekends here in New York, followed by gorgeous 80 degree sunny days during the workweek. This coming week is forecasted to be more of the same.
There have been a lot of tragedies and unrest in the news lately – earthquakes, shootings, train accidents. While I often turn to books to teach me something, I also love escaping into the pages of a well-crafted, intelligent, and uplifting story. Unfortunately, many critically-acclaimed books aren’t exactly feel-good reads. Further, happy
Is it just me, or are there more of these best books lists floating around this year? I feel like every newspaper, website, blog, etc. has a best books list. I was going to try to put one together, but then I realized that these larger websites have more staff, resources, money, and
Summer vacation is over, kids. It’s time to get down to business. With the shorter days and colder weather, I find myself spending more time inside, which for me translates to more reading!
These are the dog days of summer and everyone is feeling a bit lazy, no? August is a time for long weekends, vacations on the beach, houses on a lake, mojitos on the back porch (or for city people, a rooftop bar) – a month to relax and enjoy the sweet fruits