I had a writer’s residency at Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, spent time at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena and I checked out the Goldstone Deep Space network in the Mojave Desert.
Believing in yourself plays a huge factor, fersure.
Some people might call my poor Grand Tour “revenge fucking” but it was not. I adored these men, every one of my lovers and my friends who had arrived in Europe from so many parts of the world.
Title: Noah’s Wife Written by: Lindsay Starck Published: by Putnam; on sale January 26, 2016 Pre-Order: here Read Samples: You can read the prologue and chapters 1 and 2 on Lindsay’s… Read more “Noah’s Wife”
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Lindsay Starck is a student, teacher, writer, and excellent chef and baker. Lindsay and I attended the University of Notre Dame as candidates in the MFA creative… Read more “Meet the Writer: Lindsay Starck”
Last week, I reviewed Jenny Lawson’s first memoir, Let’s Pretend This Never Happened (A Mostly True Memoir). Since then, my number of visitors to Grab the Lapels has… Read more “Furiously Happy”
Jenny Lawson’s newest memoir, Furiously Happy, was published this past September. I saw the cover with the crazy raccoon all over the advertisements on Goodreads. So, I looked up Lawson,… Read more “Let’s Pretend This Never Happened”
Face Value (self-published, 2014) is a collection of ten stories by Paula Margulies. This fairly short read is set mostly in San Diego and often features a… Read more “Face Value”
Birdbrain is a self-published (2014) novel by Virginia Arthur. Clocking in at 500 pages, Birdbrain covers a lot of ground. The novel starts in Michigan in 1982 with 26-year-old… Read more “Birdbrain”