Book Review: The Reader on the 6.27 by Jean-Paul Didierlaurent

Title: The Reader on the 6.27 Author: Jean-Paul Didierlaurent Genre: Fiction, Books About Books, Contemporary, France Publisher: Pac Macmillan Australia Published: May 1, 2015 Page Amount: 194 pages Blurb From Goodreads:Guylain Vignolles lives on the edge of existence. Working at a book pulping factory in a job he hates, he has but one pleasure in life …Sitting on the 6.27…

Book Review: The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde

Title: The Eyre Affair Author: Jasper Fforde Genre: Mystery, Fantasy, Humor, Science Fiction, Books About Books, Fiction Publisher: Penguin Books Published: February 25, 2003 Page Amount: 374 pages Blurb From Goodreads: Welcome to a surreal version of Great Britain, circa 1985, where time travel is routine, cloning is a reality (dodos are the resurrected pet of choice), and literature is taken…

Three Books of the Week

In case it hasn’t sunk in yet, I’ve been an absolute menace lately when it comes to getting my reading in. It’s probably the weather, or sudden abundance of friends – but as I pointed out last week – I have not been *ahem* up to my normal reading standards. I have been trying to…

Book Review: Finders Keepers by Stephen King

Title: Finders Keepers Author: Stephen King Genre: Fiction, Horror, Thriller, Mystery, Crime, Suspense, Detective Publisher: Scribner Published: June 2, 2015 Page Amount: 448 pages Blurb From Goodreads: Wake up, genius.” So begins King’s instantly riveting story about a vengeful reader. The genius is John Rothstein, an iconic author who created a famous character, Jimmy Gold, but who hasn’t published a book…

Book Review: The Salinger Contract by Adam Langer

Title: The Salinger Contract Author: Adam Langer Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Thriller, Books about Books, Literary Fiction Publisher: Open Road Media Published: September 17, 2013 Page Amount: 269 pages Blurb From Goodreads: Adam Langer, the narrator of this deft and wide-ranging novel by the author of the same name, tells the intertwining tales of two writers navigating a plot neither one of…

Writing Day: March 19 -Fluidity

This may be a bit premature… but what I’ve decided to do (in leu of actually having to choose a topic for myself) is combine the two pieces of writing I did on March 3 and March 7 into one story. And to make following this a little easier than it is now, I’m going…

Writing Day: March 7

March 7 folks, and yes again – it’s writing day. No book review, No sir! Only good solid fiction writing, and NOTHING even suggestive of the reality you’ve so bravely and courageously left. But first:THE STORY of WRITING Anyways. Onward for fiction! (And possible something bigger)