Book Talk: Wanderers By Chuck Wendig

Around page 534 of Wanderers, I made a rare status update while updating my Goodreads books. Holy Crap this book, I wrote making me begin another novel, something fun to overlap it and be the next read.  I continued reading the book, and when I turned the last page, I felt something rarely felt after …

Do Look Back in Anger: Angry Reads to Listen To

Oasis sang about not looking back in anger, although the Gallagher brothers need to take their own advice, at least, regarding their spat in the press. Women, on the other hand, always get told never to get angry, always pay the price for expressing anger, always suppress anger to the point of getting sick. Some …

Book Talk: Emotional Agility By Susan David, Phd

Sometimes you find a book you need and sometimes the book you need appears at the right time. Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and thrive in Work and Life happened to play a later role in my life. Embracing change? Good at it. Getting unstuck? Suck at it big time. Talking to a professional …

Book Talk: People I Want to Punch In The Throat by Jen Mann

Jen Mann represents one of many bloggers, like Jen Lawson, turning their blog into a book, in this case, a no-holds-barred look at parenting in the suburbs.  Her book also represents why I love libraries so much. In a bookstore, I never touch the parenting section unless a book shows up a gift list, this …

Book Talk: Bone Street Rumba Series by Daniel Jose Older

How do I start a post regarding these three novels? Perhaps their creator, no resurrectionist, says it better: Genres don't die anyway, not really.  They just hibernate, waiting for that magical resurrection juice to come rev em up again. --Daniel Jose Older (He goes into detail about who says a trend is 'dead' in this …