Book Review: The Testaments

I feel more than the average amount of self-imposed pressure to capture this novel in enough detail to entice you to give it a read. This book is probably one of the most anticipated sequels in recent years. In 1985, I was a high school sophomore, and this book wasn’t yet assigned reading in our…

Book Review: Every Tool’s a Hammer

I went into this one thinking it was an autobiography. Adam shares some stories, but it is more of a makers manifesto. I’m sort of a creative book junkie. I choose books about creative pursuits and the artist’s methods because I am always looking for guidance in those areas in my own writing. My biggest…

ARC REVIEW: The Escape Manual For Introverts

The idea that introverts may need this guide was inspired. I can say I’m an introvert all day long, but extroverts reading this may finally get an idea of what that actually means for me in real life. The strategies are divided into five situational categories: Friends, relatives, coworkers, acquaintances, and strangers. The book even includes…

Book Review: The Warehouse

Happy Book Birthday!! I stayed up until after midnight to finish it, then woke up, reached for my Kindle and reread the last chapter. I feel like I could really reread the whole book at some point just to look for hidden clues that I probably missed the first read through. So, if you are…

Book Review: The Kingdom

This book is so weirdly wonderful. Sign me up for more robot fiction please. I haven’t watched Westworld, but I bet it is kinda like this. The Kingdom (pseudo-Disney World) is a magical theme park where you’ll see things that aren’t “alive” anywhere else. Ana is a princess, they call her a Fantasist, and she…