Steve Sheinkin has done it again. His book on Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon papers is a great story, and a timely one. While he writes for a younger audience, there is nothing simple or simplified about the content or writing of this book, and I tore through it as if I’d never heard of…… Continue reading Most Dangerous by Steve Sheinkin
All Those Explosions Were Someone Else’s Fault was an hilarious read with a complicated protagonist who happens to turn into a superhero. Garner manages to work his way through all the superhero tropes in one book, while crafting a fast-paced story full of science and pseudo-science and alternate reality. My one criticism of the book (if you…… Continue reading All Those Explosions Were Someone Else’s Fault by James Alan Gardner
It’s the summer of 1969. You know: the Apollo 11 expedition to put a man on the moon. Tang. Women’s Lib. The summer Mamie’s family falls apart. I picked up I Love You, Michael Collins expecting a book about the space program, but it is instead a beautiful story about family and persistent and courage. Mamie…… Continue reading I Love You, Michael Collins by Lauren Baratz-Logsted
My first novel, The Match, is free on kindle from now through June 5. Now is the perfect time to add it to your library. Thanks for spreading the word!