As part of our School Year Resolutions we’ve dedicated ourselves to doing a little bit each day to improve our lives, right? Both in the workplace and at home. One way we’re working on this is by submersing ourselves in some really great books.
Here are three
Summer leisure. The only thing more pressing than which hat you’ll pack (choose the Panama) is what book to pick up. From ageless to hot-off-the press, cerebral to escapist, we’ve got you covered on reads to bring along on your next vacation.
Now, to decide which
In Sarah McCoy's novel, it's 1945 and Elsie Schmidt is in the throes of her teenage years, eagerly anticipating her first kiss and dreaming of her future. She and her family have been kept safe from the atrocities and horror overshadowing her country by a
Many of us will not be heading back to school in the fall, but there’s so much nostalgia involved with the conclusion of summer and the beginning of autumn that we thought it might be fun to dig in to some of literature’s classic tales.
There was a long stretch in my childhood when a book rarely left my grasp. A constant companion on road trips, lazy afternoons on the porch, and late night reading marathons, I devoured books with imaginative fervor.
At some point, there was an elemental shift.
Among road trips, sunscreen and BBQ's, a few new reads are a must for summertime bliss. We've rolled up our sleeves and searched through hundreds of the latest titles, along with a few classics that have been on our own lists for some time. The
From lingering daylight to forecasts touting warmer weather, spring has not only sprung, but summer is soon upon us. May is the month many believe was termed for Maia, the Greek goddess of fertility, while the Roman poet Ovid insisted the fifth month was named
"It would take a deeply cynical heart not to fall in love with Rainer Maria Rilke's Letters to a Young Poet," claims Amazon book reviewer Jennifer Buckendorff. Rainer Maria Rilke is considered one of the greatest poets who ever wrote in the German language. His
If there was one novel in the last few years that I found impossible to put down, it would be the tale of Louis Zamperini. "Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience and Redemption" by Laura Hillenbrand reminds us that the most beloved
Happy February, Darling book lovers!
This month for the Darling Book Club, we've chosen an incredible modern classic for you. There is probably nothing better than getting lost in a good story and Amy Tan is one of the greatest creative minds of this century. Check
Whether as a last-minute gift for someone, or for personal enjoyment, Darling recommends picking up one (or several) of the following books to keep your heart warm and your mind strong as you travel afar or stay home with family this holiday season. Happy reading!
There are few things more inspiring than the written word. At Darling, we view writing as art—it is a craft to be learned, valued, and perfected over time. It should come as no surprise that reading is one of our very favorite pastimes. Books inspire