Diary of an Oxygen Thief

I really don’t know how to start off describing this book. It’s anonymously written, and seemed to lack any tangible essence of a plot. Not that that is necessarily a bad thing, it was a super quick and easy read that provided a decent amount of entertainment. I’m just still not quite sure what I […]

Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things

Jenny Lawson is a genius. A crazy, mentally ill, funny, lovable, eccentric genius. Furiously Happy is a comedic work of art that has so many levels below the humor. The true beauty in this memoir or humor novel or whatever it is is found in the authenticity that is so evident on every single page. This […]

Water for Elephants

  This book is one that I never would have picked up on my own. But one day as I scrolled through Pinterest, I read through a list of “books you have to read before you die” or something like that, and this was one of the top listed novels. So I figured if so […]

A Dog’s Purpose

Dear Lord I have never had a book pull harder on my heart. I love dogs more than is probably healthy for me, and this book reminded me of every reason why. The enticing tale of a dog finding his purpose through a plethora of lives and families and scenarios was enough to make me […]

How am I Already a Junior in College?

As the first week of my summer break comes to a close, it is finally starting to hit me that my time on the hill is halfway over. I am finished with 2/4 of my undergraduate career. Seniors aren’t kidding when they tell you it goes by fast. As this realization was starting to hit […]