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)
I don’t make New Year’s resolutions. I’ve never been that type of person. This year, instead, I challenged myself to a few goals. The first is to read 65 books. At the time, it seemed a reasonable goal. I love to read, and I read as much as I can. So really, how hard could it… Read More My reading challenge
And this has nothing to do with literary agents or books yet perhaps it does: A view of the mountains with a dusting of snow, taken during my hike/run a few days ago. This is why I live in Alaska. News: This just in on Chuck Sambuchino’s Twitter feed (and if you’re a writer and don’t follow Sambuchino, shame on… Read More Need an agent?