Close up on the front cover to Michael Grant's novel "BZRK"

#AD “BZRK” – Michael Grant

This one is a bit of an oddity, I must say. The review I’m about to link to was for the subscription service Date Night With A Book. I was asked by the kind people running the site to review their book of the month for October (which later became November for reasons). Continue reading #AD “BZRK” – Michael Grant

Inverted cover of Michael McCloud's "End Times" novel

#AD “End Times: More Great Adventure in Real America” – Michael McCloud

I am very much true to my writer self. Which is a fancy way of saying I am poor. So I always like to be grateful to those who actually do pay me for my work. I’m including this as an external link while I work on a different review. It’s all go here. Anyway, below is the link to my review of Michael McCloud’s End … Continue reading #AD “End Times: More Great Adventure in Real America” – Michael McCloud

inverted image of the cover of the sellout by paul beatty

“The Sellout” – Paul Beatty

The bedside table. That is a notable location for many people to place the books they are currently reading. Maybe you’ve got several stacked up, reaching to the underside of your lamp. Maybe you’ve got just the one and every time you look over it as you walk about your room (scooping up dog hairs along the way, or what have you), you internally smile: ‘That’s mine. I get to read that later on.’ And you are comforted by that night’s pre-slumber ritual, awaiting the chance to hop into bed and continue reading. Continue reading “The Sellout” – Paul Beatty

Inverse image of the cover of Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine

“Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine” – Gail Honeyman

One of the most thrilling things about reading is the sheer magnitude of literature that’s available. I would go so far to say that there exists a book for every kind of niche, taste and topic one could possibly imagine. Have I said that before? Probably. I know that I’ve certainly mentioned how reading different books from different genres can open you up to worlds … Continue reading “Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine” – Gail Honeyman