The Best $6 I Spent in 2017

One of the best purchases I’ve made in 2017 has been my copy of Merriam-Webster’s Vocabulary Builder (only about $6 on Amazon). It sits on my dining room table and I pick it up most days while I sip my morning coffee. My wife enjoys making fun of me for it. “Are you reading from the dictionary again?” Well, not entirely. I’m not that much of a nerd. Continue reading “The Best $6 I Spent in 2017”

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Ernest Hemingway

Last Christmas a very close friend gave me copy of Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea. He told me he thought that I would really enjoy it. At that point, one semester into law school, I hadn’t read anything for my own enjoyment in months. I hadn’t read fiction for my own enjoyment in years. Unfamiliar with Hemingway’s writing and not knowing what to expect, I cautiously paged through the first few chapters. What I found truly surprised me. Continue reading “Ernest Hemingway”