Work PAUSE Thrive: How to Pause for Parenthood Without Killing Your Career

Date Wed, March 1 2017

Work Pause Thrive by Lisen Stromberg¬†is a book that delves into what it means to be a professional who is also a woman, how the current paradigm makes it difficult advance when you’re a woman with children, how only allows for one-half of a couple can focus on work when they have children and how […]

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Comediennes

Date Fri, January 11 2013

The subject of Comediennes is one that is near and dead to my heart, so it’s a Shane that I cannot recommend it wholeheartedly. It’s not that the content is lacking necessarily, but the writing is inconsistent, and the organization is confusing.¬†Despite this, the book does give some inherit insight into the lives of many […]

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Getting Over Mr. Right

Date Tue, July 10 2012

I don’t read a lot of chicklit, but sometimes it’s just what you need. This wasn’t a hard read, and it was easy to pick back up. It didn’t take a lot to get into the mindset of it. With that said, it also wasn’t a very good book. Not only does main character Ashleigh […]

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The Great Peace

Date Sun, July 1 2012

It took me a long time to get around to reading this book by Ryan George Kittleman. I was offered it, downloaded it, couldn’t get it to my Kindle.. and promptly forgot all about it. To be honest, I considered backing out of my commitment. I probably shouldn’t admit that here, but I was just […]

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The Fault In Our Stars

Date Tue, June 26 2012

John Green knows how to write a book. He quotes Vonnegut, alludes to Star Wars, makes you cry and makes you laugh, all in exactly the right order. In this book about cancer victims, he writes intelligent teenagers that are almost unbelievable, but with whom I’m sure I’d like to have a conversation. The Fault […]

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Popologetics

Date Sun, June 3 2012

Before I started this book by Ted Turnau, I wasn’t familiar with apologetics. However, I picked it up because I am interested in pop culture. Luckily, the author does take the time to explain apologetics pretty well in the first section. If you’re not familiar, Wikipedia defines it as follows: the discipline of defending a […]

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Does He Cheat? Confessions from Men: 50 Signs Your Partner May Be Cheating

Date Fri, June 1 2012

I’m kind of a sucker for books with poignant titles like Does He Cheat? And I like lists, so it seemed like this book by Sterling Anderson, with insight from Stephanie Dart, was right up my alley. The format is straight-forward. It’s a list of fifty ways that men cheat and each list item contains […]

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