Category: Non-fiction.

Book Review: Holding on to Normal by Alana Somerville

Book Review: Holding on to Normal by Alana Somerville

Holding on to Normal by Alana Somerville is a memoir. It’s about a 33-year-old mother of two young children who is diagnosed with breast cancer; her journey of discovering the lump, deciding on treatments and reconstructive surgeries and then enduring the...
Taking a Second Look at Self-Publishing

Taking a Second Look at Self-Publishing

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of hearing cookbook author and food writer Julie Van Rosendaal speak about a plate full of things including our relationship with food, book distribution, clean eating, cookbook production, and self-publishing. All the things she...
Book Review: Catch and Kill by Ronan Farrow

Book Review: Catch and Kill by Ronan Farrow

So, been following the news lately? Does #metoo ring a bell? If any of this is sounding familiar, you’ll want to read this book. Catch and Kill by Ronan Farrow was released in October, but has been on the top of everyone’s TBRs lately, especially now that...
Book Review: The Vagina Bible by Dr. Jen Gunter

Book Review: The Vagina Bible by Dr. Jen Gunter

So now that I’ve scared all male readers off with the title of this book, I can speak to the women directly. Some of you may be wondering why a book like this is necessary-haven’t all ‘vagina-related’ questions been answered by now? Surely by...