More Books. All the Time.
Wallflower at the Orgy: This collection of experiences is as witty as the title is cheeky. Culture luminaries such as Ayn Rand and Helen Gurley Brown are featured and the best are two interviews author Nora Ephron did with Mike Nichols.
One Day It’ll All Make Sense: Common is a one name hyphenate powerhouse and quiet soul. His funny, spiritual and striking memoir captures his accomplishments and struggles that have shaped him as a man. With his mother Dr. Mahalia Ann Hines adding touching stories, Common also tells a few that will surprise you.
Sharks in the River: Each poem breathes so well on the page as Ada Limon traces her life from her childhood in California to work as a writer in New York. No matter the location, nature is in constant flow that shows Ada’s life may not be so simple but lurking through time is always strong wonder, language and imagination.
I am currently reading “A Object of Beauty” by Steve Martin.