About four years ago I heard a great interview on the radio. The most energetic and interesting guy was being interviewed about his newly published book concerning his memories as a Vatican City Swiss Guard. Everyone involved with the interview was enjoying themselves so much and the questions and answers were so interesting that I… Continue reading August Read: “The Pope and the CEO” by Andreas Widmer
*Catch the UPDATES at the bottom of this post* I love reading. The idea of not being able to put a good book down, finding a new series to dive into, swapping stories of great reads with complete strangers... I love it all. When I came up with the idea of blogging about doing something… Continue reading Book of the Month… Time Flies!
"The safest road to Hell is the gradual one..." CS Lewis
May Book of the Month- CS Lewis's "The Screwtape Letters"
In 1989 Bill Bryson drove throughout the United States on a quest to find the quintessential American city. He referred to it as "Amalgam, USA" and the quest became his book "The Lost Continent." He did find many beautiful spots in the U.S. but sure doesn't hold back when he is disappointed. Heads up- this is not… Continue reading April Read: “The Lost Continent” Review