I’d like to give off the impression that I’m a deep and cynical person (well, relatively deep, and cordially cynical, given my age,) but that’s rather hard to do when you’ve got a book and TV show that’s actually the media equivalent to- well- vanilla frosting. The kind that comes in a can, flavored radioactive blue and covered with sprinkles, that you eat straight out with a spoon when you have a bad day. But this what happens when one puts off a…Continue
Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina is an autobiography by Misty Copeland. It's definitely outside of my usual genre; generally, I dislike nonfiction, or anything that doesn’t have significant fantasy elements and/or insane plot twists- but I actually ended up reading this one at a pretty fast pace.
Copeland is a ballerina, not a writer, so her story reads like one. The prose could be described as loose, not…Continue