Shari CaudronShari Caudron

If you are a hobby-bobber like me, this book will hit a major nerve with you. Author Caudron tells of her burning desire to have… a burning desire. Bouncing from one interest to another, she never found that one thing that really tripped her trigger – the hobby …

A Perfect MessEric Abrahamson and David Freedman

Abrahamson and Freedman attempt to dispel the myth that mess is time-consuming and a sign of a lazy person. Mess, they argue, is in fact conducive to creativity, time-saving and a sign of a healthy mind. Using examples of everything from the ease and ability …

Part Asian - 100% HapaPortraits by Kip Fulbeck Forward by Sean Lennon

I saw this little gem in the pop culture rack a few weeks ago and couldn’t resist snagging it, despite my already precariously towering heap. Fulbeck’s collection is a photo essay of hapa – people of part Asian, part “other” descent. The …

Childfree and Loving It!Nicki DeFago

Yup, there it is. This is it, the perfect book for those without a maternal/paternal bone in their bodies (me). I like kids – in very small doses and at certain ages. However, I am more than happy to hand them back. Do I want any? Never! Touching …

The Celebration ChroniclesAndrew Ross

We Americans like describing ourselves as pragmatic realists – capitalists who make cold, shrewd decisions based on the market and the value of a dollar stretched as thin as possible. However, conjure up visions of white picket fences, front porches, little Susie on her bike and mom making …