I have published another book! This children’s book was written by my husband, Dr. Kerry Lee Jr. and illustrated by me over 14 years ago when we were dating. I had submitted it to many publishers because I had always wanted to write and illustrate books, but it just would get lost in the slush… Continue reading Zip and the Golden Trombone
I published my novel!!!
It is called Gryphendale and it is a youth fantasy fiction novel- think Chronicles of Narnia, the Hobbit, Harry Potter, and manga all mushed together in a unique way.
What Color is Your Parachute? by Richard N. Bolles is a classic for job hunters for the past zillion years, so I won’t bore you with how great it is and how you need to go out and buy it. The fact is millions of people already have gone out and bought it. What I… Continue reading What Color is Your Parachute?
I typically don’t do a lot of fiction book reviews. Most of the books I read tend to be biography, improve-yourself-somehow non-fiction, or something-randomly-historical non-fiction. Most of my books also tend to be focused on living the good life somehow. The Retail by Joshua Danker-Dake is a very funny fictional story that is probably the… Continue reading The Retail
I had kind of expected this book to be just another cutesy home decorating book which I tend to read one after another like some guilty obsession akin to chocoholics eating chocolate. It turns out this book ended up being more than what I had expect. Myquillyn Smith (also the author of the Nesting Place blog) starts… Continue reading The Nesting Place by Myquillyn Smith
I had been very excited about this book because I had hoped from the description of it that I could learn what good conversation past and present was like and therefore improve my own style of conversing. The preface and first chapter gave a lot of promise in that area, but as I went farther… Continue reading Conversation by Stephen Miller
I recently have read a series of popular books on the legendary elegance, fashion sense, and over all charm of French women. Most of the books I have looked through were very one-dimensional and overall silly in the way they generalized the culture with statements like “All French women do … .” I was getting irritated… Continue reading Forever Chic by Tish Jett