Hey Conor…You Want To Play A Game?

"You do not write your life with words...You write it with actions. What you think is not important. It is only important what you do.” This book demonstrates the art of storytelling in a part fantasy, part reality environment where the main character finds himself dealing with what troubles may come. Courage, loss, survival, relief,... Continue Reading →

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In War Waking Up Is Easy To Do

"Torvegade was not only empty and dirty, but also disemboweled. A scalpel of violence had torn and revealed its innards, and a hand armed with hatred had armed had removed its guts, it's organs, then it had left it in agony. Christianashavn would neither resurrect nor heal from this wound. Not only was there a... Continue Reading →

Always Running In Philadelphia

"But he is going east, the worst direction, into unhealth, soot, and stink, a smothering hole where you can't move without killing somebody. Yet the highway suckered him on, and a sign says Pottstown 2. He almost brakes. But then he thinks." Harry "Rabbit" Angstrom is getting old and it is not going gracefully. He's... Continue Reading →

It Takes a Village to Raise a Child

The presence of family is a recurring theme throughout the novel. When I say family, I don't mean family as the government census bureau would suggest. In this novel Bernard talks of a family with respect to, how he coined it "mentee's" or mentors throughout his life. From neighbourhood overseers, to adopted pastors found through... Continue Reading →

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