Women Hold Up Half the Sky

I’ve frequently mentioned Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide (2009) by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn here on my blog, but I haven’t ever given it a thorough review. This is because the first time I read it, I listened to it in my car, and I didn’t take notes,… Continue Reading →

I Have a Feminist Crush on Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter’s new book A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power (2014) is like the cliff’s notes version of Half the Sky by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.  This isn’t meant as a criticism, but instead admiration.  I’m in awe that a man in his 90s with much power and influence in… Continue Reading →

Fiction Friday: Chapter 13

Read previous chapters here. Chapter 13 As Leda balances the checkbook, she finds many debits after the holiday season and monthly medical expenses. She knows the holiday expenses are past, but expects to see many more bills paid to doctors and nurses. As these numbers swirl in her head, she remembers that Walt Junior has… Continue Reading →

What I Read Fall Semester

A new semester starts on Monday, and although I’m looking forward to getting back to campus, settling into a schedule, and seeing my friends and colleagues again, I’m also dreading the fact that my reading for pleasure time will be gone.  I really haven’t read much during my break.  The pile on my nightstand has… Continue Reading →

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