(UPDATED) Get to the Point Book Reviews: Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen, by Jose Antonio Vargas

I had the immense pleasure of meeting author, Jose Antonio Vargas, after his speaking event at St. Edward’s University, October 10th. I’ve updated my book review to express my thanks for Vargas’ kind words to me (I was floored, as you’ll read for yourself), and relay some of the impressionable moments from the lecture. Cheers.Continue reading “(UPDATED) Get to the Point Book Reviews: Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen, by Jose Antonio Vargas”

(UPDATED) Get to the Point Book Reviews: Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen, by Jose Antonio Vargas

I have a deep love and respect for that purest form of ‘fuck it, I’m doing this’ mindset.

Get to the Point, Book Reviews: Britt-Marie Was Here, by Fredrik Backman

Book Review Rules. The book may (or may not) work for me personally but that’s not to say it didn’t do wonders for (or fail) someone else. Britt-Marie Was Here, by Fredrik Backman Would I recommend? Yes. Favorite Quotes “She wonders what takes the most out of the person: to be the kind that jumps,Continue reading “Get to the Point, Book Reviews: Britt-Marie Was Here, by Fredrik Backman”

Get to the Point, Book Reviews: Dark Triumph (His Fair Assassins, Book II)

A lot more bloody action. Sorry folks, but when you pick up a book that promises daughters of Death made into assassinating nuns, well, I can tell you, I’m not here for romance no matter how well it’s done. I want the action promised, that’s why I bought the book.