In which I share the scariest scene in any book I'd ever read.
Category - What I’m Reading
McGuire's books subtly and empathetically remind us that there are many different ways to be human.
I really liked this book—but it took me a while to like the ending.
Stories, as Pullman reminds us, are rituals.
Sooooo... remember how I used to tweet out the number of words I'd written on NEXT BOOK, and then I kind of stopped?
Learn how to create a competitive, marketable, saleable product that can sustain a small business.
A well-written narrative of disability, dystopia, and exploration, featuring a main character with partial sight.
Instead of sharing a handful of articles this weekend, I'm going to share an excerpt from Andrew Yang's The War on Normal People: The Truth About America's Disappearing Jobs and Why Universal Basic Income Is Our Future.
Alternately brilliant and mind-boggling, Liars Called is a complex adventure story that never quite lives up to its opening chapters.