What I Read: Q3 2022

Benjamin Franklin: An American Life, Walter Isaacson Walter Isaacson tackles the ultimate hyphenated man in Ben Franklin?—?printer, scientist, raconteur, diplomat, author, philosopher, inventor, politician, and world-renowned icon. This biography helps one understand not just who Benjamin Franklin was, but why he was who he was, and what a critical voice he played in the creation of […]

What I Read: Q2 2022

The Desolations of Devil’s Acre, Ransom Riggs This series has been a guilty pleasure of mine. I picked up the first book from a community library because it looked interesting. It was fun and easy to read?—?I learned afterward that it was a teen fiction book?—?but I was hooked. The story was dark and complex and […]

What I Read: Q1 2022

Courage is Calling, Ryan Holiday I’m a longtime reader of Ryan Holiday and a fan of his thought proviking style of writing — typically in the form of short chapters (2–3 pages long) where each chapter focuses on a story in history that is meant to teach a lesson. Like his other books, this isn’t […]