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.

A Wonderful Refuge

A Wonderful Refuge

A short story (flash fiction actually) originally written for a winter themed contest. The only instructions were to include snowy weather and to keep it below 300 words – so it’s a little shorter than the other stories I’ve shared.

“The snow packed ground crunched beneath Katie’s sneakers. The winter wind, bitterly cold, whipped against her face, creeping through her scarf. She hugged her frail arms against her small twelve-year-old frame and walked swiftly, intent on reaching the library as quickly as possible….”

A New Book, Self Improvement, and Comfort Zones

A New Book, Self Improvement, and Comfort Zones

I started a new non-fiction / self- improvement book the other day… okay, last week. But I’ve been finding myself a little unenthusiastic to get into it.
Does that ever happen to you with books? Or with life? You choose a book – or you choose to do a thing – and then you let yourself get distracted, or you procrastinate seemingly for no reason.