I’m definitely guilty of buying and stashing more books than I actually have time to read (tsundoku is a real problem in our house), so there’s usually at least one in progress, a second one going in Audible, and 25 collecting dust on a shelf of aspirations. My undergraduate degree is in biology, so I enjoy reading science. Here’s a roundup of favorites from the past few years:

(Note that the links will take you to my favorite D.C. bookstore, Politics and Prose. If you can, choose to buy local instead of supporting the Evil Empire.)

With knowing comes caring and from caring comes change.
— A Plastic Ocean


If your idea of a fun Friday night is a (few) glass(es) of wine and a good documentary, I’m your girl. Here are a few that changed my world view and the way I live life. *Disclaimer that I’m not here to wokesplain anything to anyone, but these brought me out of a personal slumber on a variety of issues.

Once you know some things, you can’t unknow them. It’s a burden that can never be given away.
— Alice Hoffman

Have a favorite to share?

Add a web link if you'd like to connect.
Unforgettable book? Impactful documentary? Send it along!
Library photo | Cedar + Surf