Vegetarian cookbooks to up your green game

I love cookbooks. It’s a love instilled in me by my mother, who would sit with a cookbook on a Saturday morning, paging through and looking for something that struck her with inspiration. For me, vegetarian and vegan cookbooks provide the most inspiration. My love of vegetables only took shape in the past decade, andContinue reading “Vegetarian cookbooks to up your green game”

December reading wrap-up

I ended my best reading year in recent memory with a lot of fantasy, a popular author, and a new favorite. Here’s my December 2020 reading wrap-up. Best of the month “She would nuzzle him, beginning to understand that just because he didn’t see something in her didn’t mean it wasn’t there, knowing there wasContinue reading “December reading wrap-up”

The legacy of trauma in IT: Chapter 2

When Stephen King’s IT was published in 1986, it courted controversy and became a massive bestseller – literally. With a length of over 1,100 pages, IT isn’t an easy read, but since the publication it has become one of King’s best-known works, one that many of his fans hold up as his best work. ITContinue reading “The legacy of trauma in IT: Chapter 2”