Model turned Creative Director, Grace Coddington’s Memoir

Photo: Janice Janeczko With an orange cover as distinctive as Grace Coddington’s signature hairstyle, Grace: A Memoir, exists in two spheres: as a beautiful art object and as a book. Coddington’s own drawings and illustrations offset the writing with beautiful archival photos scattered throughout the book coinciding with some of the more important life events […]

Book Review: Cold Days by Jim Butcher

Photo Credit: Penguin.com Jim Butcher is one of the best-known names in urban fantasy, and his latest offering is filled with everything that has made his Dresden Files popular: snarky narrative from Chicago’s only wizard detective, multiple pop-culture shout-outs, and action and magic galore. The fourteenth installment in The Dresden Files features a resurrected protagonist, […]

Book Review: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

When Amy Dunne disappears on the fifth anniversary of her wedding, the resulting investigation quickly uncovers several motives for Nick Dunne to wish his wife out of the way. But as various facets of Nick and Amy’s marriage unfold, it becomes harder and harder to decipher the lies and the truths about the collapse of […]