Book Review: Go Set A Watchman

It’s been 50 plus years since we last had a chance to sit down and chat with Atticus Finch. If memory serves correctly, Atticus was the moral conscience for Harper Lee’s 1960 classic… Continue reading

Book Review: Our Iceberg Is Melting

Change is a constant in life. It can be done through decisive action or forced upon you through circumstances outside of your control. As technology breakthroughs are made and the world’s economies, politics, and social… Continue reading

Book Review: The Right Stuff

Tom Wolfe’s The Right Stuff (1979) is both an intimate look into the lives of early American aviators as well as a thorough review of the development of NASA and U.S. space program.… Continue reading

Should I be a writer?

I can’t tell you how often this question plagues me each and every day because it’s a question that really doesn’t have a clear cut answer. There’s the age old adage that if… Continue reading

When You Should Be Writing

Originally posted on Cassidy Taylor on May 30, 2016 How many times have you sat down at your computer, fully intending to put masterful thought to paper and then come up blank? Your… Continue reading

Book Review: Me Before You

I didn’t expect to cry while reading Me Before You (2012) by Jojo Moyes but that is exactly what happened. As I turned the final pages on what surprisingly ended up being a… Continue reading

Book Review: The Lowland

In The Lowland (2013) by Jhumpa Lahiri the personal and political intermix to bring us the tragic story of two brothers; who, though separated by a continent and ocean, are unbreakably linked through… Continue reading

Add a little poetry to your life this month

April is National Poetry Month, and whether this month will be your virgin venture into the poetic form or you are a veteran lover, it’s important to take a few minutes out of your day and… Continue reading

Book Review: Play It As It Lays

Play It As It Lays (1970) by Joan Didion took me by surprise. From the very first chapter Play It As It Lays is a brutal and merciless criticism of Hollywood and American… Continue reading

Book Review: Everything I Never Told You

I was browsing Huffingtonpost’s book section and came across a list of the Top 20 Must Feminist Reads for young adults. I wanted to read every single book but one did jump out… Continue reading