The Best Books for Spring 2021

Spring is an excellent time to hone one’s reading muscles, and 2021 promises no shortage of books with which to do so. Whether fiction or nonfiction, there are likely several good books from either genre sure to pique your interest, with reviewers recommending many noteworthy examples. Let’s look at three of Spring 2021’s best books: […]

Edita Kaye’s Favorite Valentines Day Books

Call me old-fashioned, but I love everything about Valentine’s Day – the romance, the color, the chocolate, but most of all I love re-reading some of my favorite love stories of all time. These are classics and for good reason. I hope you enjoy them. Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell never seems old. […]

Books That Make You Think

I know you have probably already read these books. Me too. But they are worth a second and even third visit. Take a look at some of my favorite books that you can read over and discover something new each time: Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell I love this book […]

Satire, Where do We Go From Here?

One year ago, the Guardians Arwa Mahdawi lamented the end of satire. There was no pretension– the name of the article, “Satire is Dying Because the Internet is Killing It” says it all. In her eulogy for the humorous device and literary genre, Mahdawi identifies a major symptom of it’s impending demise: the new “satire” […]