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William Tecumseh Sherman

June 16, 2021

A detailed look at the rise, fall, and resurgence of the legendary Civil War figure.



April 28, 2021

A wonderful read dedicated to figuring out what authentic Christianity looks like in an age of for-profit faith and celebrity pastors.


Crying In HMart

April 21, 2021

This memoir of grief almost took me down, but Michelle manages to introduce to food and her mother in a way that filled every crevice…


Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty

April 14, 2021

I read everything Patrick writes because he takes wildly complex subjects and makes nonfiction read like a thrilling novel.


The Last Duel

April 7, 2021

An epic and cinematic book focused on a medieval duel to end all duels. When one Knight accuses another of assaulting his wife, lives and…


Of Color: Essays

March 24, 2021

This book captures that ambiguous place we can find ourselves in when we love our country but also want to see her be better. The…


The Day It Finally Happens

March 10, 2021

An entertaining but sometimes terrifying look at how humanity will handle a litany of unthinkable (but sometimes likely) events.


What Kind of Woman

February 10, 2021

I did not know I loved poetry until I discovered Kate Baer on Instagram. Her book is one I revisit almost monthly to try and…


Share Your Stuff. I’ll Go First.

February 3, 2021

I loved this so much I endorsed it. No one has taught me more about vulnerability than Laura. Plus, these stories are engaging and will…


Republic of Lies

December 9, 2020

This book was a cathartic read as it isolates and examines conspiracy theories to understand the method to the madness.