Nick Holmes: Time Spent Falling

August 12, 2016

Poetry has been a part of my life as long as I can remember. As a child my aunt-Sally Morrison would read A. A. Milne out loud to me and my cousin; later in high school I remember reading Beowulf and really falling in love with way the words flowed across the page. This summer, […]

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Matt and Mike Czuchry: Brothers on Life

May 18, 2016

As you may know, I am an avid reader. I love finding books that may not be on the mainstream bestseller list but are well written and share something of deep value. These types of books don’t come around often but when they do, they can provide a space of deep reflection for your own […]

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Elle Luna: The Crossroads of Should and Must

May 11, 2016

Last fall I read The Crossroads of Should and Must by Elle Luna. After I read the book, I put it down for a few months. For some reason I kept coming back to the beautiful illustrations and the message that it was sharing for me. I’d tried to write a post but the right […]

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On Pursuing and Living Your Dreams

April 19, 2016

For the past 6 weeks I have been recouping from a torn plantar fascia. When I first found out I would have to wear a boot on my right foot for 4 months and stay off it as much as possible I sent myself into quite a tail spin. You see last year I had […]

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Building Your Business the Right-Brain Way

May 09, 2014

Today I am really excited to share a business book by my business coach and mentor, Jennifer Lee. Jenn has been my business coach for about a year now and I can truly say she knows what she is talking about. Before I began in her creative cohort circle, I purchased her first book: The […]

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the little prince

January 09, 2014

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupery is quite possibly my most favorite books from childhood. I have read it in English and French, seen the movie with Gene Wilder and have had a sort of love affair with the princes character for as long as I remember. Earlier this week, Tiffany Han and […]

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Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

April 17, 2012

There are few books that I own that I would say have had extreme emotional impact on me upon reading them. Two of my favorites: The Secret Life of Bees and Memoirs of a Geisha would definitely be placed with my newest novel: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer. When I find […]

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5 Books to Jumpstart Your Creativity

February 01, 2012

In my quest to find more creativity in my own life, I tend to look towards books. I have a passion for reading all sorts of books – from fiction, to art, to non-fiction – you name it; if it’s good I will take a look. Today, I am going to share a list of […]

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Chronicle Books: Hauli-Days (win $500.00 in books)

November 17, 2010

Everyone that knows me, knows that I have an eclectic love of books and a love also of Chronicle Books in San Francisco. Today I am joining a special promotion called Hauli-Days where Chronicle Books is giving away $500.00 worth of books to a blog and also to one lucky reader. I am excited to […]

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