Showing posts from May, 2022

Book Review: Man in the High Castle

Hey all! I'm back with another book review, one that I've been wanting to read for a long time now. I first heard about Man in the High Castle through my husband. I am a big history buff and I'm really into studying WWII from every angle (I know, I'm weird) and when he first told me about this book, I thought it'd be right up my alley. It took a while for me to pick up, as there's so many books to read, but my husband finally got it for me this past Christmas. Here is my full review on Philip K. Dick 's novel, The Man in the High Castle . Philip K. Dick was born on December 16, 1928 and passed away on March 2, 1982. He was an American science fiction writer who created 44 novel s and about 121 short stories that appeared in various science fiction magazines. His stories explored different philosophical and social questions, such as nature of reality , perception, human nature, and identity.  So, I'm just going to come right out and say it. I waited

Book Review - Joshua Weissman: An Unapologetic Cookbook

 Hey Everyone! I'm here with another book review and this time, I'm doing it on a cookbook from one of my favorite cooking YouTubers, Joshua Weissman ! I don't buy many cookbooks, mainly because I like to use Pinterest for my recipes, BUT since it was Joshua Weissman's cookbook, I had to buy it. Let me tell you why I added this book to my Christmas wish list About the Author and Chef Joshua was introduced to the kitchen when he was 3-year old by his mother, who also has a love for cooking.  At age 18, he moved to Austin, Texas, where shortly he started on his professional journey in the fine-dining scene. By age 22 he had amassed a remarkable amount of knowledge stemming from 13 years of consistent hard work and cooking that he decided to start creating YouTube videos about food. By the age of 25, he is fully self-employed and doing what he loves best, cooking! My Thoughts My first Joshua Weissman recipe was his but better McRibs and when I made it, it was easy, not har