When Theodor Geisel wasn’t being Dr. Seuss, he created his own art, for his own enjoyment.
The Missing Piece is a gentle and thought-provoking little story
*** NOVEL: Nineteen Eighty-Four AUTHOR: George Orwell YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 1949 REVIEW: A friend of mine recently decided to start a book club. I’m always up for a good book discussion, but as she lives in Columbus, Ohio (and I do not), I was only able to participate online. She did invite everyone who could … Continue reading On Our Bookshelves – Nineteen Eighty-Four
This is a book for those who love books. It’s about books—why we read, how we read, how books speak to us, what they teach us, how they touch us.
No one knows what else John Norman Harris would have come up with, as The Weird World of Wes Beattie, his only novel, was published shortly before he died.
I explained that I was friends with the playwright. [Pauline] was confused as to how I could possibly know George Bernard Shaw.
We don’t get to talk to rocket scientists too often, never mind rocket scientists working on an app to allow kids to talk to Santa.
Today We’re All Hearts…
Carrie Goldberg, the founder of a small law firm with a very big mission, was kind enough to discuss her groundbreaking work as an internet privacy and sexual consent lawyer.
A ball, four downs, and the road to glory. Here’s our guide to understanding American professional football and its championship game, the Super Bowl.