Absent Landlord: An Interesting Parable

The description of this book intrigued me, so I decided to give it a try. "In this house of failure-ridden misfits, status means everything. When fast-talking newcomer, Lars, tricks insecure Seth out of even the lowest room in the house, Seth resorts to suicide. After he fails at this too, however, Seth wakes up and … Continue reading Absent Landlord: An Interesting Parable

Catskinner’s Book- Strange but Engaging

* * * *   I will admit that through most of this book I was confused, but since the main character seemed just as confused as I was I think that's okay. This story revolves around a man, James, who has some other entity permanently attached to him thanks to his father. James has … Continue reading Catskinner’s Book- Strange but Engaging

Review: Wisdom Meets Passion by Dan Miller and Jared Angaza

I decided to review this book because I had read Dan Miller’s book “No More Dreaded Mondays”, and I had been very motivated by it. I received this book with the same expectation of motivation, and I was not disappointed. Dan Miller and his son discuss how to incorporate what you are passionate about into … Continue reading Review: Wisdom Meets Passion by Dan Miller and Jared Angaza

The Chupacabra Blog Tour & Review

  The Chupacabra by Stephen Randel **** The Chupacabra: A Borderline Crazy Tale of Coyotes, Cash & Cartels By Stephen Randel   233 pages Publisher: Knuckleball Press August 19, 2012 Genre: Dark Comedy   Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/The-Chupacabra-Borderline-Coyotes-ebook/dp/B009068D40/ref=tmm_kin_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1345579141&sr=8-1   Synopsis: He is called El Barquero. He makes his trade along the border, smuggling guns and killing … Continue reading The Chupacabra Blog Tour & Review