When I reviewed Pasha Adam’s Keep Santa Monica Clean earlier this week I teased our readers about his upcoming Ten Questions interview. The wait is over! Please put your hands together and help Bookish Devices welcome Pasha Adam! *applause*
Do you love noir novels? Do you love the rise and fall of Hollywood legends? Do you like exceptional writing that sucks you in like a vacuum? If you’re like me, read on…
Where do I start? If you’re like me and enjoy historical non-fiction, then this one you may want to pick up. Keep in mind it’s about mental health treatment in the United States starting in the mid-20th century.
Let’s start this review off on the right foot… I was a huge fan of Star Trek the Next Generation (a.k.a. STSG). I named my first cat Spot after Data’s ginger tabby. But I really tried to approach this review with an open and partial mind.
Yes, your cat is plotting to kill you. Just read the title. If it’s on the internet, it has to be true, and I’m posting this on the internet.
The best things in life are free, and you have a chance to win a book on Amazon. This is my day off from writing a review.
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Probably the most difficult memoir I’ve read to date. I was left gasping for air by the end of this personally much anticipated book in 2016.
Light mystery. Perfect for a day of fluff reading.
Ross Klavan is the person you always wanted to be. At least I feel this way. His novel, “Shmuck”, was published in 2014 and he recently finished the screenplay for “The Colony” based on the book by John Bowers. He has a vast past in writing screenplays, doing voiceovers, and covers stories as a reporter for New York City and London, England. Can you also recognize him by his television and radio commercials?
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