5 Reasons to Read THE PATH MADE CLEAR by Oprah Winfrey

In her latest book, The Path Made Clear, Oprah shares what she sees as a guide for activating your deepest vision of yourself, offering the framework for creating not just a life of success, but one of significance. The book's ten chapters are organized to help you recognize the important milestones along the road to… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Read THE PATH MADE CLEAR by Oprah Winfrey


How do I blog so much in law school? (shh! a secret!)

Okay, bookworms, it's time for me to divulge a blogging secret.  I'm currently in my first semester of law school, which means that I am officially a Busy Beaver. There's so much reading and briefing and outlining and studying to be done that it takes all of my brain space and time just to keep… Continue reading How do I blog so much in law school? (shh! a secret!)


DEAR FAHRENHEIT 451 by Annie Spence | Review

Dear Dear Fahrenheit 451 by Annie Spence, Since you are a book of letters written to other books, I feel like it’s only fitting that my review of you is also in the form of a letter to a book. (Wow, that was a lot of letters and books.) To be honest, I never even knew you existed until I randomly… Continue reading DEAR FAHRENHEIT 451 by Annie Spence | Review


Why I Don’t Rate Books

You may have noticed that none of my book reviews contain ratings for anything that I read. That's because I don't rate books anymore.  I made the decision to stop rating books a few years ago, right around when the amount of reading I had to do for my English major picked up. As I… Continue reading Why I Don’t Rate Books


THE BIG SHORT by Michael Lewis | Review

As an English major, I’ve never much been a person interested in economics. Economics has always perplexed me as a subject, with its ever-expanding jargon and web of theories (says the current law student…). But at a certain point I acknowledged that I should probably at least have a vague idea of certain economic-related topics… Continue reading THE BIG SHORT by Michael Lewis | Review


5 Classics for November

In this series, I recommend five classics each month that remind me of that particular time of the year. Although most people seem to dislike November (at least in New England where I live) because all of the pretty leaves die and everything is dead, it's actually my favorite month of the year. This might… Continue reading 5 Classics for November