Since I was a kid, I wandered down every stack in the library, my favorite past-time was dragging my parents to the bookstore for more books. I devoured every page I could get my hands on, romances, tragedies, classics, and comedies; flipping furiously to get to the end and being completely engulfed by the stories.… Continue reading How Literature Saved My Life After Sexual Assault
The Princess Saves Herself in this One by Amanda Lovelace The Inexplicable Logic of my Life by Benjamin Alire Saenz Sugar by Kimberly Stuart Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson Mrs. Sherlock Holmes by Brad Ricca
In America's retail industry, we constantly run into issues that truly bring out the worst in people. It used to be that when working in retail, the customers would chat and ask questions, and honestly, be genuinely excited to be shopping with you. Sure, sometimes there are bumps in the road, and returns are needed… Continue reading Why the Customer isn’t Always Right: A Memoir.
Last year around this time, I decided that I was going to read 100 books for 2016. (Almost there! It’s 11/19 and I have only 15 more to go!) This year, I think I’m going to do something different as well as more productive. First off, I’m going to cut my reading down a little… Continue reading Book Resolutions 2017