What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter

Marisa Kanter’s What I Like About You is a light and refreshing read about Halle, a teen book blogger whose online and real-world identities collide. There was a time when the idea of having two worlds was unthinkable, but it is quite common today, even for people who don’t craft separate names or identities onContinue reading “What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter”

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

I first encountered Matt Haig’s The Midnight Library on the bookstagram community, but I did not consider reading it until my high school friend recommended it to me a few weeks ago. (I value personal recommendations highly. Although I discover book titles on bookstagram, I don’t think I’ve ever picked up a book because itContinue reading “The Midnight Library by Matt Haig”

Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely

Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions is the only economics book that didn’t make me feel like I was in over my head when I was reading it. The idea behind it is that although basic economic theory assumes that people will always make rational decisions, behavioral economics shows otherwise. These conclusionsContinue reading “Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely”