Reading Time: 2 minutes Yes, I’m aware of the obvious and blatant misspellings in the title. I just thought I’d give myself permission to do that. This is the third book I read from a friend. As I promised at the beginning of the year, I decided to stop lying to my friends at Toastmasters and decided to read … Read moreWhat Happens When You Give Yo’self Permission To Live Yo’ Life?
Reading Time: < 1 minute Tracy Shawn writes like a poet. The Grace of Crows is one of those stories that juxtapose the mundane with the artistic, bringing together a tale of hope and resilience that doesn’t need anything else. Every description, every sentence, every dialogue, written just right. I won’t spoil it, trying to tell you what it is … Read moreThe Grace of Crows by Tracy Shawn
Reading Time: 2 minutes Any man who believes himself high and mighty will cringe after reading the first pages of The Prince. I am not a follower of political science but thought it could be a great idea to go ahead and give this book a try; why not? Maybe I could learn something useful. And what did I … Read moreThe Prince by Machiavelli; The Art of Being an Asshole
Reading Time: < 1 minute Stephen King’s On Writing prompted me to take a look at Peter Abrahams. My devotion to Stephen King is similar to that of a Christian to Jesus; I know that sounds creepy but I don’t care. I like his books and I am going down on the list until I either die or go blind; well, … Read moreLights Out By Peter Abrahams
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