2014 in Books-August

2014 in Books-August

August brought the end of my wonderful summer and sent me back to work. I know I have nothing to complain about though, I had an amazing vacation and I have a job I truly enjoy and was even a little excited to return to. Adjusting back to work and my hectic schedule...
2014 in Books-July

2014 in Books-July

1. Shantaram– My husband read this book about one year ago, and said it was one of the best books he ever read. He is much more particular about books that interest him, than I am, so I knew I definitely wanted to read Shantaram. However, it’s nearly 1,000...
2014 in Books: June, books read in Europe

2014 in Books: June, books read in Europe

The following books were all downloaded onto my Kindle, (which I officially love) and where read on plane, train, bus and car rides, through Europe. 1. One More Thing BJ Novak is pretty damn clever, and he knows it. This collection of short stories is witty, with a...
2014 in Books: May

2014 in Books: May

If all has gone well, I am currently in Rome. With all the talk about juice cleansing last week, I realized I forgot to post the books I read in May. 1. How to Be Vegan: I was a fan of Elizabeth Castoria from her days as a writer for VegNews. I was excited when I...
2014 in Books-April

2014 in Books-April

1. Eleanor & Park– This was probably one of the best books I have read in long time. It is about two mismatched teenagers who fall in love and try to make it work against the odds. I know this sounds like your typical YA book, but trust me, it isn’t....
2014 in Books-March

2014 in Books-March

1. Lipstick Jihad This has been in my to-read pile for about two years now, and I was interested to read about the perspective of an Iranian American who moved back to Iran. This book took me about two weeks to get through, there were parts I really enjoyed and parts...