Reading Time: 2 minutes Oh pressure, oh yeah Pressure is gonna drop on you… Or so the lyrics go. Disappointed is not the adjective I’d use when I think of Pressure Drop, the fifth novel by Peter Abrahams I’ve read thus far. Puzzled? That’s probably better. The story was well-written because, well, the man knows how to write, but … Read morePressure Drop; Getting Women on Board
Reading Time: < 1 minute MY LIFE BECAME MEANINGFUL THANKS TO A MISTAKE… The line above is the first sentence of my fictionalized novel about an illegal immigrant who is looking for his very own American Dream. The book will be free from Monday, August 5th to Friday, August 9th. If you have a Kindle, well, you are in luck!
Reading Time: < 1 minute Between working at the restaurant, writing a new story and editing the one I just finished last month, I find myself lost in this very absurd, yet interesting novel. When I say ’absurd, ’ I don’t mean that in a derogatory way. The novel is interesting, but I still don’t know why I am so … Read moreKiss me, Judas by Will Christopher Baer
Reading Time: < 1 minute No. This is not that kind of blogpost where I start bitching and whining about my unsuccessful existence. I come bearing good news this time. There was a story I was trying to finish for a long time -almost two years, to be exact- but I always put it aside due to work, work and … Read moreI Am Done
Reading Time: 3 minutes February 2018 is tattooed in my mind, for this was the month I met a woman whose wisdom and humility I will always cherish until my dying day. At the time, I was an editor at a local, bilingual newspaper, and one of my tasks was to interview people who have done memorable deeds for … Read moreGoodbye, My Pandora Box