The mother of Dylan Klebold, one of two shooters at Columbine High School, tells her side of the story for the first time. Even if you don’t agree with what Sue Klebold wrote, you can’t help but have compassion toward her and recognize the courage it took to write this book.
Whether you’re lounging on a beach or in a ski lodge, these five books are worth reading during Spring Break.
Practical tips on resumes, interviews and employment from Sophia Amoruso, #GirlBoss.
Memory loss seemed to be the theme of January, since it was the subject of my two favorite fiction and my favorite non-fiction books of the month. Here are my reviews.
You have 62 free hours in your week, after work and sleep. How do you spend them?
I didn’t set a reading challenge this year, but I plan to read more physical books and share them with others. I’m thinking of it as a challenge-free reading plan.
A list of my nine favorite non-fiction books of 2015. What’s on your list?