I've finally finished The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly, who now holds the top spot on my list of favorite crime fiction writers. This being Connelly's third published book, it already showed great maturity and better flow compared to his first novel, The Black Echo. The Concrete Blonde took me by surprise. I thought I had the … Continue reading The Concrete Blonde: Twists and Turns
I actually looked into Charles Bukowski because of a reference made to him in a Letterkenny episode. I'd heard of him before but hadn't read any of his work only to find he's written multiple novels and hundreds of stories. Bukowski definitely has a one-of-a-kind style. From harsh profanity to ALL CAPS to unique characters, … Continue reading “Post Office” by Charles Bukowski
This here's a bit of a book review. I just finished A Bend in the Road by Nicholas Sparks. I've read a number of his books because the way I can best describe my desire to read them is there is so much negativity in the world that Sparks reminds us of the good stuff … Continue reading A Bend in the Road
I've recently finished To Kill a Mockingbird and I must say, it's easily become one of my top 5. For whatever reason, this book was not part of my high school or college curriculum and I'm thankful it wasn't because I think being forced to read it in school would've ruined my love of turning … Continue reading My Take on a Classic
After months and months of writing Frigid Nights, my first draft is just a few writing sessions away from being complete! I wasn't really all that aware of this fact until I was nearing the end of a chapter I had just been writing when I realize I didn't have much more planned for the story. … Continue reading Nearing Completion!