For as long as I can remember people have been reading David Sedaris books, often sharing some highlights. I always thought about just picking up one of his books as his covers were always outfacing at the local Borders, staring me down, yet for some reason I didn’t pick one up until now. And here’s […]Read more "Book Review: Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls by David Sedaris"
For a long time, I assumed memoirs meant depressing stories of drug addiction and people lying to Oprah about their lives, which really didn’t sound all that interesting to me. But then I realized that funny people write them too.Read more "Book Review: Everything is Perfect When You’re A Liar by Kelly Oxford"
If you read our looking ahead post, then you’ll know that Aisha Tyler’s new book is the only one that made my list for the next three months in that section. I wouldn’t say that there are any diarrhea in a rental stories among Tyler’s self-inflicted wounds, but what she does have to share during […]Read more "Book Review: Self-Inflicted Wounds: Heartwarming Tales of Epic Humiliation by Aisha Tyler"