2018 Books, Book Reviews, Insipration

The Consolation of Doubt

Can I tell you a story? It involves a bit of jumping around in time and place, but I think it's worth telling. Last month I read a book by Frederick Buechner called The Remarkable Ordinary. It wasn't the first of his books I've read--a few years back I read his book Telling the Truth, and I… Continue reading The Consolation of Doubt

Life and Style, Uncategorized

Six Albums for your Christmas Playlist

Today is the first Sunday of Advent, which means my favorite time of year is upon us. Today I've got six unique Christmas Albums to share with you. These are just a few of the albums I've listened to in recent years (my Christmas music playlist on iTunes is about 20 hours long), with two brand new… Continue reading Six Albums for your Christmas Playlist

What I learned from Alexander Hamilton.
2016 Books, Book Lists, Book Reviews

What I Learned from Alexander Hamilton

Happy Fourth of July! As we celebrate American independence today, I thought I'd share my review of Ron Chernow's biography Alexander Hamilton. The hardcover version of Chernow's book is about 818 pages long. And those are about 818 reasons why I opted for the audiobook version--which clocks in at a whopping 36 hours and 2 minutes… Continue reading What I Learned from Alexander Hamilton