Tag: book review

  • Vintage Caper

    Sometimes Mike and I have library dates. On one of their late hours nights we’ll meet among the stacks and share our findings. We’ll stand together and happily skim in silence. Mike usually looks at art books, poetry or thick classics. I seem to gravitate towards the same type of books every time. I’m not […]

  • The Sweet Life: Breton Buckwheat Cake

    After a long time on the BPL waitlist, I finally received a copy of David Lebovitz’s The Sweet Life in Paris. I’ve enjoyed reading his blog, so I figured his memoir would be an equally enjoyable read. This book did not disappoint. Each chapter takes on a new idiosyncrasy of life in Paris. David is […]