Looking For Indie Books To Review

Calling all indie/self-published writers. I am looking at making the review section of this blog a strictly indie/self-published-centric. I want to only review work from independent writers who self-publish or from small presses who want to see the work of those they published reviewed. In order to do this I need input. I am opening… Continue reading Looking For Indie Books To Review

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The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur, A Book Review

Heart-breakingly beautiful. Beautifully heart breaking. I'm not sure which one is more apt in the case of Rupi Kaur's work "the sun and her flowers". Even with having read, and reviewed, her debut collection "Milk and Honey", I was still unprepared for the ways that it would impress on me. It moved me to the… Continue reading The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur, A Book Review

Tenth of December By George Saunders, Book Review

There are only a handful of writers I can think of who can handle a character with such maturity that, even within a short story, I can get a full picture. One of these noble few is George Saunders. He's had stories published in The New Yorker, GQ, and other publishers ad aemulationum; he's also… Continue reading Tenth of December By George Saunders, Book Review

Fahrenheit 451 a Book Review

Here's a review I did of Fahrenheit 451 from about a year ago. It's nice to read my opinions on these works with some distance between. #amwriting #amreading

Solid Ground by Jeff McKown, A Book Review

I happened on Solid Ground by Jeff McKown purely by chance. It was one of those coincidences only social media allows, that my review on Letters to a Young Poet brought on. The work was dreadfully beautiful. McKown finds the most ignoble traits within a person, and, instead of caricaturing them or forcing about melodrama,… Continue reading Solid Ground by Jeff McKown, A Book Review