If you’re looking for a great book recommendation, you could certainly do worse than Sarah Vowell’s The Wordy Shipmates. Strike that, the book was amazing, who am I kidding? I guess I feel like kind of a book nerd admitting this, but Vowell makes history fun. Exciting. Hilarious! I know, I couldn’t believe it either. But there you have it. Continue reading →
I have been amused by every David Sedaris book that I have read. As is so often the case with talented and prolific authors, each new one I read becomes my new favorite. This was the case with Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls, not, I don’t think because this is necessarily his most funny, but because it was, to me anyway, his most relateably human. Continue reading →
I’m a sucker for a fellow bibliophile, especially a nostalgic one, but egads this was clever and brilliant and unexpected and delightful. Two thumbs enthusiastically up. Laughed out loud numerous times, though it was also cerebral and witty and intelligently humorous. If all you know about Patton Oswalt is that he played “Spencer” on King of Queens, you’re missing out. Write more, Patton Oswalt. Loved this!