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Uncomfortable truths

Other people’s words about … writing

Today, some words about the process of writing by someone who can put it far better than I can: 153 more words

Staying True

The Dogs of Babel, by Carolyn Parkhurst

There is a reason this book is a national best seller folks.


It is a little strange it says that right on the cover…but boy…I could not put it down… 157 more words

Book Review


There’s no way of getting around it; The Dogs Of Babel is a very odd book. Or at the very least, the concept is odd. Essentially, the narrative is kicked into place when Lexy Ransome falls to her death, the only witness being the family dog. 432 more words

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A review of The Nobodies Album: A Novel by Carolyn Parkhurst.


“The conclusion I have reached is that, above all, dogs are witnesses. They are allowed access to our most private moments. They are there when we think we are alone. 78 more words


Book review: 'The Nobodies Album' by Carolyn Parkhurst

It’s been four long years since author Octavia Frost last spoke to her only son, Milo. Now a rock star accused of brutally murdering his girlfriend, Milo’s demons and debaucheries are being dragged out for public consumption. 430 more words


Life Lately

I don’t know why, but it seems like life has been giving me little kicks lately.

Maybe not so much a “kick,” but throwing stones at me. 583 more words

Mental Health