Though I am not a big poetry fan (I feel like I have said this before) Raymond M. asked me to review his poems in his book Long were the Nights, and how could I say no; Because when a poem is done well, it can punch you in the gut with meaning. There are […]
You ever read something in a book that you have to reread multiple times because it doesn’t quite make sense?
I will exist long after I need you from my life.
I am not generally a huge fan of non-fiction books. The most non-fiction I read is trying to learn more about my sewing machines, or learning more about true crime. However, 12,000 Miles of Road Thoughts. Old Van, Old Man, Recovering Hippie, Dying Cat by Paul Willcott was something new to try. The first thing […]
Benjamin X. Wretlind reached out to me to ask if I would read and review his book Beans of Anafi. In sending me this email, he included a tidbit of information that there was a God of Beans, and this book centered around that god. Did I say yes to reading this book? Immediately I […]
HIS SON slips in the pool of his father’s blood and his hand slides into the hole in his father’s chest.