A Right to Live by Christine Duts, a review

A Right to Live by Christine Duts, a review

My honest review of the fiction, dog rescue inspired book ‘A Right to Live’ by Christine Duts including the best quotes from this cute book.
It’s an endearing little tale from the perspective of a down-on-her-luck dog, Rusty. The story starts out with Rusty being abandoned and continues to follow her through ups and downs, two litters of puppies, and a couple different owners…

The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell, a review

The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell, a review

My review of the bestselling nonfiction book The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell, plus some of the best quotes from the book.
I picked up The Tipping Point shortly after I read and fell in love with a different Gladwell book, Outliers. I had been so fascinated with that one that I figured all his others had to be equally as good. I wasn’t wrong.

Coffee-Drunk or Blind by Elle Knowles, a review

Coffee-Drunk or Blind by Elle Knowles, a review

My honest review of the nonfiction account of one family’s Alaskan homesteading adventure – Coffee-Drunk or Blind by Elle Knowles, including (of course) the best quotes from the book.
My first thought when receiving this book was that I was probably not the target audience – I’m not incredibly outdoorsy, I hate being cold, I love modern conveniences, and I’ve never been that interested in moving to Alaska. But I opened it and started reading anyways – and I’m glad I did!

Delicious! by Ruth Reichl, a review

Delicious! by Ruth Reichl, a review

My review of the fun, food-centered fiction novel ‘Delicious!’ by Ruth Reichl, including the best quotes from the book.

I found Delicious! in my local book store a while back. I was having a shopping spree day where I just looked at covers and found ones that appealed to me (yep – I was judging by the covers… but then reading the back and making an informed decision, of course).