What is Japanese Architecture?: A Survey of Traditional Japanese Architecture, by K. Nishi & K. Hozumi

My Copy: 9781568364124 I'm not an architect, never been to the classes, never even stayed at a Holiday Inn Express before, so take some of this with a grain of salt if you want. However, there is enough in What is Japanese Architecture? to get a lay-person to either ask the right questions, or be able … Continue reading What is Japanese Architecture?: A Survey of Traditional Japanese Architecture, by K. Nishi & K. Hozumi

The Money Book for Freelancers, Part-Timers, and the Self-Employed, by J. D’Agnese & D. Kiernan

My Copy: 9780307453662 Finally! A book useful for those (poor schmucks?) among us who don't have that same, steady paycheck every week or two (or month). My prayers were answered when I found this, jaw dropping to the floor. I read about half a dozen books regarding budgeting, personal finances, goal setting, etc., but there was … Continue reading The Money Book for Freelancers, Part-Timers, and the Self-Employed, by J. D’Agnese & D. Kiernan

Dandelion Wine, by R. Bradbury

I read, and re-read several parts of this book, and I'm still not sure what I think about it overall. I'm not gushing praise over it, but I'm not throwing it in the recycle bin, either. I think it's just a different animal than what I'm used to seeing from Ray Bradbury. On the other hand, that's part of the fun of reading Bradbury.

Taking Flight: Holocaust Museum Houston Remembers the 1.5 Million Children Who Perished in the Holocaust, by the HMH

My copy: 9780977398846 As of this post, this book is not widely available beyond the Holocaust Museum Houston and it's affiliates. However, it's worth looking when you get the chance because of the sheer numbers of butterflies created for The Butterfly Project and the inability for many to see them outside of a museum visit. … Continue reading Taking Flight: Holocaust Museum Houston Remembers the 1.5 Million Children Who Perished in the Holocaust, by the HMH