Book Review: Woke, A Guide to Social Justice by Titania McGrath

Book Review: Woke, A Guide to Social Justice by Titania McGrath

Full disclosure; I requested this book from Hachette because I wasn’t sure if it was a joke or not. How can I resist reviewing a book called ‘Woke’? The name alone strikes me as controversial because some people would gladly use that adjective to...
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: Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh

Book Review: Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh

I’m beginning to think I’m the only one who hasn’t heard of Steve Cavanagh. This book, Thirteen has been tucked into my TBR shelf for far too long, as I had scanned the premise when I received it last year then promptly forgot about it, even though I...
Book Review: Maid by Stephanie Land

Book Review: Maid by Stephanie Land

I frequently refer to memoirs as their own subsection of the ‘self-help’ genre, because I believe that learning about someone else’s life circumstances is a wonderful way of gaining a new perspective on your own. This theory is once again being...
Book Review: The Dinosaur Artist by Paige Williams

Book Review: The Dinosaur Artist by Paige Williams

The Dinosaur Artist by Paige Williams is an in-depth exploration of dinosaur bones; where they are typically found, how they’re formed, the best way to mount them, etc. Thankfully though, the book focuses more on the people behind the bones (or more accurately,...