After two days of skipping out on my devotion to Women’s History Month, I’ve decided to return with an entry about the deeply moving novel I just finished and its’ brilliant author. Pachinko was my February Book of the Month Club selection, and I’m patting myself on the back for picking this baby out! There are very few books I’ve been as grateful to receive in the mail, and I can tell you I will recommend this book to every single one of my friends.
My fourth installment in my tribute to Women’s History Month is the mesmerizing Dolly Parton. Facts about Dolly are widely available, so this is just a quickie post to tell the world what I love about her. Continue reading “Dolly Parton”
For the third day of Women’s History month I invite you to read my ode to Toni Morrison Continue reading “Toni Morrison”
In honor of March being Women’s History month I have made it my mission to post about one woman per day. I’m posting about a variety of women, women who are brave or admirable. Women who in some measure make the world a better place to be. However, I have also decided to put together a Women’s History Month reading list. It’s short, but Women’s History Month is only 31 days long. Here are a few of my favorite books that have been written by women that explore the idea of what it means to be a woman. All of the books on this list have resonated with me in some manner, I feel like each of them changed or shaped my thinking in some way, and after the completion of each book I haven’t been able to let any of them go. I hope you enjoy!
Today, on the second of March, I’m featuring Joy Harjo as part of my tribute to Women’s History Month.
March is Women’s History month. To celebrate, I will publish one post featuring a strong, brave, or otherwise admirable woman per day. I’m getting the ball rolling with a profile of one of my life long heroes and one incredible, divine performer, Bette Midler.
My not-so-inner theatre nerd is always excited when a new movie musical is announced. I almost shit my pants the first time I saw the “Les Miserables” trailer. I was a little skeptical about “The Last Five Years” and “Into the Woods.” However I had no clue what to expect when I parked my fanny in front of the big screen to behold La La Land. With all the Oscar buzz surrounding the film, I thought perhaps it would be appropriate to share my feelings about the film. Continue reading ““People love what other people are passionate about,” My Review of La La Land”