I Believe in Zero, by president and CEO of the U.S Fund for UNICEF Caryl M. Stern paints a powerful picture of the realities we live in and puts a face to poverty. My review for this book can be found here, titled “The World Outside My World.

Among my many interests, humor and feminism rank high in the charts. Thankfully, God gave us Tina Fey. As a more personal interest, I reviewed her autobiography, Bossypants, where Fey shares personal stories, tied in with pop culture, humor, class and wit. My review for her autobiography is titled “Tina: Feminist, Actress, Comedian And Also Average Human.