Bibliotherapy and whether reading can making you happier

I'm quite content to mimic some readers, Virginia Woolf included, and take pride in my seemingly serendipitous and spontaneous choices of books. I like to think that books have a way of coming and going in your life, knowing full well though, that books can mean different things to people at any stage of their … Continue reading Bibliotherapy and whether reading can making you happier

Weekend inspiration, on why we read and why you should keep a Book of Books

This week, I started (and finished) Pamela Paul's most recent book, My Life with Bob: Flawed Heroine Keeps Book of Books, Plot Ensues. Paul is the current editor of the New York Times Book Review, and she's proven to be an adept writer as much as a voracious and passionate reader. This book is for book … Continue reading Weekend inspiration, on why we read and why you should keep a Book of Books

Friday Inspiration, from Sam Shepard

Sam Shepard's death earlier this week provoked a wealth of authors, admirers, and well-wishers to write or remember their experiences with him, including a moving and timely piece from the wonders over at Brainpickings. Sam Shepard was a man who wore many hats, with such talents crossing from author into play-writing and screenwriting, and sometimes … Continue reading Friday Inspiration, from Sam Shepard