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Back to School Blues, Books Read and Books to Write

Back to School Blues, Books Read and Books to Write

In the next few weeks, I hope to have the cover of Killing the Kordovas finalized. It’s been an arduous journey writing and editing, but I am happy to have finished another to release this year. I say this every time I finish a book, but I believe it rings true with this one – Kordovas is perhaps the most “way-out” there thing I’ve written. Mind you, I have an anthology of odd stories out now in The Girl With the Monkee…

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Manic Monday: What I’m Reading

Manic Monday: What I’m Reading

When you work in publishing in book sales, you have an awesome. Where else can you read for a living and tell people about great books? What’s more, I pick and choose the titles that appeal to me, and I read across a variety of genres, so if you’re looking for something different I can hopefully help. It’s been a busy summer as far as books are concerned. Right now I’m halfway through Nothing to Lose: the Making of KISS…

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Recent Reads for May, 2013

Recent Reads for May, 2013

I’ve made a goal of reading 150 books this year. Here’s what I’ve read recently. Roseannearchy: Dispatches from the Nut Farm by Roseanne Barr My rating: 3 of 5 stars I loved Roseanne’s sitcom, and I enjoy re-watching it because the themes remain relevant after nearly twenty years – it aged well. I had gone into this book expecting a more observational collection of political and industry musings, but half the book is memoir. Not that Roseanne didn’t lead an…

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