Nonfiction Reading for Locked Down Times

What strange times we find ourselves in, huh? I hope everyone is healthy and safe wherever you are in the world, and please, for the love of everything, listen to the medical HBIC who's just trying to help us put this nightmare in the past. He knows that of which he speaks. Lists are popping... Continue Reading →

Unpopular Opinion On a Nonfiction Classic: Hemingway’s “Moveable Feast”

Book review: A Moveable Feast, by Ernest Hemingway (Amazon / Book Depository) There is never any ending to Paris and the memory of each person who has lived in it differs from that of any other. We always returned to it no matter who we were or how it was changed or with what difficulties,... Continue Reading →

Pre-2019 Favorites

If new nonfiction this year was a little lackluster, I did feel more enthusiastic about the backlist titles I read throughout the year. It was one of these that was my absolute favorite and the best book I read this year: Border: A Journey to the Edge of Europe, by Kapka Kassabova - Kassabova returned... Continue Reading →

Biography of a River

Book review: The Seine, by Elaine Sciolino (Amazon / Book Depository) I overcame anxiety and loneliness and moved forward in my life, like the Seine in its course. The river allowed me to begin a journey of discovery—of Paris, of the French people, of myself. Its energy pumped deep into my veins; its light gave... Continue Reading →

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