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Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates (9780812993547) : Spiegel & Grau (2015) In this era of “Black Lives Matter” and concerns of increased police violence, it has become increasingly difficult to contextualize the American Dream with the reality … Continue reading
When I got married, I was pleasantly surprised to find that my and my wife’s CD collections complemented each other nicely. There was very little overlap, but she dug most of what I contributed and vice versa. As a result, … Continue reading
Aftermath (Aftermath #1) by Chuck Wendig (9780345511621): Del Rey (2015) The Empire has suffered crippling defeats with the Battle of Endor and the loss of Emperor Palpatine and his Sith enforcer, Darth Vader. As it flounders, the fledgling New Republic … Continue reading
Booklife: Strategies and Survival Tips for the 21st-Century Writer by Jeff VanderMeer (9781892391902): Tachyon Publications (2009) Most writing books focus on technique–the nuts and bolts of writing. Some even detail the ins and outs of publishing. But what sets Booklife … Continue reading