Reading Lolita In Tehran is a best-selling, powerful memoir about maintaining individuality and purpose in the face of powerful opposition, and the inspirational power of fiction.
Mr. B Gone is one of the more unique horror novels I have read in quite some time. You've read horror, no doubt, focusing on a variety of protagonists. There are hapless everyday people who accidentally stumble into the terrible unknown. Then there are specialists, who walk where most dare not trod, facing down unspeakable … Continue reading Book Review: Mr. B. Gone
This is first in WBD history - the premier non-fiction book review. When I got serious about my writing this year (a resolution you can read about here) I devoured online content about writing. We live in an amazing time. What writing-on-their-lunch-break rags-to-riches writing story 20 years ago could have a virtual college writing course … Continue reading Book Review: On Writing