I read children's books for the same reason I read anything else: the title or cover grabs my attention or I hear about it somewhere and it piques my interest. Here are two I recently discovered. Very Good Hats came to my attention in a Very Bad Way. The author, Emma Straub, was set to … Continue reading Grandpas and Hats
No apology necessary
Are you ambitious? Shellye Archambeau is. So much so that her new book is called Unapologetically Ambitious. I became aware of her in 2016 at a C200 event at the University of Florida. C200 is an invitation-only women’s leadership group with the most successful women in business as members. Their mission is to “inspire, educate, … Continue reading No apology necessary
Can we talk?
Hi, it's been a while 😦 I'm still getting used to this whole blog thing but I aim to post more frequently, starting now! The library on campus opened a few weeks ago, so I strolled over one lunch break to browse the New Books section. I grabbed two, one that I'd heard of: Front … Continue reading Can we talk?
Hatemonger in Chief
A vote for Donald Trump is a vote for Stephen Miller. And a vote for Stephen Miller is a vote for that guy in high school and college who would dump his garbage next to the trash can and refuse to pick it up because 'that's what the janitors get paid to do.' Oink. Stephen … Continue reading Hatemonger in Chief