Book Review: After the Reunion by Rona Jaffe

Book Review: After the Reunion by Rona Jaffe

After the Reunion by Rona Jaffe. Delacorte Press. Genre: General Fiction, Women’s Fiction Publishing Date: 1985 My rating: 5/5   I've said it a million times and I'll say it at least a million more, Rona Jaffe is my favourite author. Author of The Best of Everything, Five Women, The Road Taken, and so many more novels that discuss women's [...]

Why I Love Bartending: My Experience in the Industry and Classic Cocktail Recipes

Why I Love Bartending: My Experience in the Industry and Classic Cocktail Recipes

I have a serious love affair with art. I've never been much of an artist, but I've always have a deep appreciation for aesthetic and beauty. From a young age I've also always had a deep appreciation for food, and later drink, and preferably in copious amounts. When I started in the hospitality industry I [...]

Book Review: The Brightest Sun by Adrienne Benson

Book Review: The Brightest Sun by Adrienne Benson

Disclaimer: An advance reading copy of The Brightest Sun by Adrienne Benson was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions presented in the review are my own. The Brightest Sun by Adrienne Benson. Harlequin Publishing, Park Row Books. Genre: General Fiction, Women’s Fiction Publishing Date: March 20, 2018 [...]

Movie Review: Get Me Roger Stone

Movie Review: Get Me Roger Stone

Released on Netflix in May 2017, Get Me Roger Stone is a documentary exploring the career of political advisor and 'dirty trickster' Roger Stone. Written and directed by Dylan Bank, Daniel DiMauro and Morgan Pehme, the documentary looks at how Roger Stone influenced and maneuvered through the American political system to increase the influence of PACs (political action committees), [...]