Lindsay Harrison is a freelance writer based in Brooklyn, New York. She is the author of "Missing," a memoir published in 2011. When not writing, Lindsay's usually playing soccer or going on long walks with her Shiba Inu, Mr. Miyagi.

9 Animal Memoirs For All Of Life's Ups And Downs

It’d be great if life were all smooth sailing and sunny skies. In reality, though, we all weather our fair share of storm clouds every now and again. Personal and professional setbacks come in all shapes and sizes, but they all seem to have one…
By Lindsay Harrison

5 Typewriters That Are Fit For The 21st Century

Ray Bradbury once said, “the great fun in my life has been getting up every morning and rushing to the typewriter because some new idea has hit me.” And he wasn’t exaggerating. Bradbury wrote the first draft of Fahrenheit 451 on a rented typewriter…
By Lindsay Harrison

Why You Need To Re-Read 'The Thorn Birds' Now

Nearly 40 years ago, novelist Colleen McCullough brought the Australian outback to the forefront of pop culture with her epic romance saga, The Thorn Birds. First published in 1977, the novel became an instant classic, selling more than 30 million…
By Lindsay Harrison

11 Quirky Books For Unconventional Readers

Do you prefer your life to look like an indie movie? Do you like to spend your Saturdays at cafés and thrift shops, winding down with a bottle of Two Buck Chuck and your record collection? Do you harbor an inner hipster? If you answered yes to any…
By Lindsay Harrison

What To Drink When You're Reading Alone At The Bar

Whether you take it on the rocks or neat, whiskey’s amber hue and complex flavors signify an appreciation for the finer things in life. And although it gets stereotyped as a man's drink, we all know that's just not true. Not only do ladies drink…
By Lindsay Harrison