In May of last year, Dave Hill Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Dave Hill’s memoir and humorous essay collection, was published in hardcover by Penguin Random House. I wrote a positive review on this blogsite, and Dave (with whom I’m acquainted only on social media, not in person) went on the recommended author tour. One year later, there’s no paperback edition and no date for an upcoming paperback release. Although everything I hear about the book is positive, it looks as if word isn’t reaching enough readers. If you appreciate serious/humorous/perceptive/metaphorical/touching life analysis, you can’t miss Dave Hill Doesn’t Live Here Anymore. If you … Continue reading This Book Isn’t Getting The Love it Deserves
Fewer than two weeks of Donald Trump’s presidency have shaken up everyone who has good judgment and a basic sense of decency. True, that isn’t everyone. David Duke is thrilled, but a lot of us aren’t. Many of us have found an outlet, though. We can register protests, either in person or through some other means. Book lovers have an immediate reaction. We look for any fiction or nonfiction relevant to the Fascist crap we see coming from the White House. Some recommended titles are The Origins of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt, It Can’t Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis, Fahrenheit 451 by Ray … Continue reading Read Them Before They’re Banned
Just a few minutes ago, I found this BuzzFeed video on Facebook. If you haven’t done at least half of the things depicted in the video, you’re not a true reader. Turn in your membership card at the local indie bookstore. Keep reading, though. Your skills might improve. Continue reading Book Lovers will Get It.
For customer convenience, all bookstores should have full-sized grocery carts. Continue reading Just A Suggestion