I am unsure of why I waited so long to read (listen to) this memoir by the Bush twins, but wow, it has saved me from an audiobook slump and crops are growing
November was QUITE a month.
Charlotte Pence has known the man we know as the Vice President since the moment she was born, and in this memoir about her life with her father from his days in Congress to his life in the administration, she takes care to paint a well-rounded picture of a man who loves his family, loves his God, loves his country, and has clearly raised some outstanding children.
Reese Witherspoon’s first book is finally out in the world and it’s not exactly what you would expect. It’s a southern lifestyle book
Essay collections have never really been my thing, but I am an entertainment news junkie so when I found out Ellie Kemper, also known as Kimmy Schimdt, had an essay collection coming out, I immediately worked to get an ARC.
The ins and outs of politics are fascinating to read about, especially in the modern age when they can be so crazy, no matter if you agree with the executive decisions being made or not.
The world mourned the loss of Barbara Bush, former First Lady of the United States, mother of a president, and literacy advocate, when she passed away in April of 2018.
It’s not your typical political memoir–it’s better.
No one does biography quite like Walter Isaacson. There is a reason he’s a consistent New York Times bestseller.
Stunt-memoirs are all the rage, and AJ Jacobs is their king. Live a year without wearing mixed cottons? Sure! Spend a year on a crazy diet? Why Not!
Now that she is kicking butt and taking names at the United Nations, let’s take a look back at how she got to where she is today.
Carly Fiorina should have made history in 2016 as a strong female contender in the crowded GOP primary race, but because the field was so crowded, her voice often got silenced