Book Review: The Clockwork’s Orange

The Clockwork’s Orange:
Tales of the Robot Nika, Book Two

by E.P. Isaacs  and Nika Thought-werk 

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The Clockwork’s Orange:
Tales of the Robot Nika, Book Two

by E.P. Isaacs  and Nika Thought-werk 

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Book Review: Aces and Eights

Aces and Eights
Book #4 – Jokers Wild Series
by O.E. Tearmann

Imagine this scenario: You meet a group of people you aren’t sure about – they’re kinda weird, but interesting enough that you decide to stick around. You run into them a few more times, and soon you start to realize that yeah, they’re still weird, but just maybe you’re weird, too. And then one night you’re home alone, bored, wondering what to do with your evening, and then it hits you. What you really want to be doing is hanging out with your weird friends. So, you call them up and invite them over for movies and snacks, and when they arrive? It feels like a family reunion. The phrase ‘chosen family’ suddenly makes a lot of sense, doesn’t it? Continue reading “Book Review: Aces and Eights”

Book Review: Bird by Bird

Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and LifeBird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I deliberately read Bird By Bird slowly – her ‘lessons’ are short, sometimes just a few pages long, but those pages are heavily laden with advice, anecdotes, humor, rants… so I took the time to think about each lesson before moving on. I settled into a routine of reading one per night, as I was winding down from the day.

I highly recommend that all writers or those who wish to understand writers read this book. Slowly. Bite by bite. Bird by bird.

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