I mean that most of my writing, from off-the-cuff posts on social media about daily life, to more intentioned and serious writing, is often about coming to terms with the mistakes and grey areas and hard parts of life, and then finding the spaces where joy can bloom inside them. I suspect this is an outgrowth of my own struggle with perfection/imperfection, and learning over the course of my life that being honest and vulnerable is almost always the most powerful and connective way to live, even when it’s most terrifying.
I'll be the first to admit that I don't always rush to review books that I've finished (or haven't been able to finish). The thing is that it's very important not only to the author of the book, but also for potential readers too. Reviews are the lifeblood of many authors hoping to sell their… Continue reading Why You Should Write A Book Review and Seven Easy Steps to Make it Happen.