Review: Feminist Fight Club, or Jessica Bennett’s Lean In for Millennials

To start, I only recently discovered publishers catalogues, the literal Scholastic Book Fair for adults. Why it never occurred to me that these would exist -- just catalogues of upcoming titles from publishing houses -- I have no idea. But now I do know, and that knowledge is glorious. So. While browsing Penguin's list of … Continue reading Review: Feminist Fight Club, or Jessica Bennett’s Lean In for Millennials

8 month catch-up with 7 book recommendations

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0u6QfxcY-4 Wrapping up the past 8 months of reading by sharing my 7 favorite books -- including a play, 2 audio books, 1 Australian author, and a small rant about women in sports. Books mentioned: Shrill - Lindy West Much Ado About Nothing - William Shakespeare Eat Sweat Play - Anna Kessel Why God is … Continue reading 8 month catch-up with 7 book recommendations

What I’ve Learned After a Month on Booktube, and Why I Need Your Help

  At the beginning of January I started a YouTube channel to talk about books, and full disclosure: after publishing three videos I'm figuring out what isn't working a lot faster than what is. But before I let this get bogged down with negativity, let me say why I wanted to switch to video in the first … Continue reading What I’ve Learned After a Month on Booktube, and Why I Need Your Help

The Magician’s Land Reaffirms Everything I Don’t Like About Grossman’s Trilogy, but It’s Pretty Solid

I'm back! It took a few months to recover enough of a sense of what constitutes a "good" or a "bad" book following Grey since pretty much everything in comparison was amazing as long as it didn't contain a) glorified rape, b) glorified eating disorders, and c) DJs. But I'm back with another one of the … Continue reading The Magician’s Land Reaffirms Everything I Don’t Like About Grossman’s Trilogy, but It’s Pretty Solid