What I’m Reading: November 2017

What I’m Reading: November 2017

A new edition of What I’m Reading is here, and I want to update you on some of the books I’ve read recently. — Ghettoside discusses the very important topic of homicide in America, and specifically, homicides among people of color in the Los Angeles...
What I’m Reading: August 2017

What I’m Reading: August 2017

For this edition of What I’m Reading, I want to share a few articles I have read and feel are worth sharing.   From Mr. Money Mustache, Give Yourself The Gift Of Not Worrying About Money. Even as you’re trying to save and make the best financial...
What I’m Reading: May 2017

What I’m Reading: May 2017

I’ve entered the world of kidnapping and sex scandals (vicariously, you can be sure). After thoroughly enjoying Jeffrey Toobin’s The Run Of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson, I’ve read two more of his books:       With American Heiress, I...
What I’m Reading: March 2017

What I’m Reading: March 2017

A common interview question I’ve noticed on podcasts and in print is some variety of: “What are your favorite books?” “What are your most gifted books?” “Which books had/have the biggest impact on you?” or “Which books...
What I’m Reading: February 2017

What I’m Reading: February 2017

  This is Phil Knight’s memoir, the creator of Nike. It tells the story of Nike’s early beginnings (before it was even called Nike) through 1980 or so. In reading this, I realized I didn’t know much about Nike’s story at all. It’s an...
What I’m Reading: January 2017

What I’m Reading: January 2017

This month, I would like to recommend two books, which were recommended to me. I think they’re both worth reading. — This is a powerful read. Written as a letter to his son, Coates examines the history of America and the role race (“his black...