Fiction, new releases, Non-Fiction

New This Month: November 2019

As the book buyer for a local independent book store, I have the great joy of being able to see what books are coming, what publishers are excited about, and more, a good three to nine months before the books are actually released. While this is normally very exciting, it also means that by the… Continue reading New This Month: November 2019

Biography, Non-Fiction

Anthony Bourdain: The Last Interview

I, like so many others in the world, still mourn the loss of Anthony Bourdain and have difficulty accepting that he's no longer here, difficulty accepting, still, that he's not here by his own hand. So when the opportunity to once more "hear his voice" in a book presented itself, I jumped at it, as… Continue reading Anthony Bourdain: The Last Interview

Essays, Non-Fiction, Sociology

All the Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister

Continuing on my feminist/sociology book kick, I finally read (well listened to) a book by Rebecca Traister. Synopsis From the back cover: Today, only around 20 percent of Americans between the ages of eighteen and twenty-nine are wed, compared to the nearly 60 percent in 1960. Traister set out to investigate this trend at the… Continue reading All the Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister