Odd and unlikely book ads appearing on my Kindle

I don’t get it. While I also read “real” books, I buy most of my eBooks from Amazon. And most of those titles are literary fiction, well-written women’s fiction, well-written memoirs and well-written running/adventure memoirs. So why in the hell do such unlikely and badly matched books appear as Kindle ads on my device? Amazon… Read More Odd and unlikely book ads appearing on my Kindle

Cover Reveal of Kin Types

Originally posted on Writer Site:
? Finishing Line Press has revealed the new cover of my chapbook Kin Types. They put it on their website with my headshot, taken by my friend Renee Rivers. PRE-ORDER HERE Release date: June 23 A little background on the cover image: this is a tintype from my family collection. It was…

Review: When Breath Becomes Air (and January’s book challenge results)

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi:  Read this book, people. I can’t say enough good things about it. The writing style is sparse; Kalanithi chooses his words with economy and his lines are pure and simple. Reading this is like breathing, like taking a breath, and how unconscious it is until you stop to… Read More Review: When Breath Becomes Air (and January’s book challenge results)