I had two favorite essays from the book. The first one is called "Dash It All" and was prompted by a question by Cheryl Strayed who was actually the only essayist who submitted a question that I had actually previously heard of as she wrote the ever popular book Wild. As such, it was her question that served as an advertisement of sorts for the book because having her name attached seemed to give it some credibility to me. The other essay that I thoroughly enjoyed is entitled "Mr. Plimpton's Revenge." This essay is humorous and well-thought out, and if there was ever an essay that I would desire to go back and read, this one is it.
I received this book from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for this review.