The Novel, Kunzman, the Novel! by Larry Lefkowitz is an in-depth look at the life of an assistant literary critic turned literary critic. The book is rife with cultural references, including poetry, books, movies, and more. The story follows Kunzman, the assistant to a well-established literary critic named Lieberman. Lieberman dies suddenly, but shortly after the funeral, … [Read more...] about Ebook Review: The Novel, Kunzman, the Novel!
The Book of I by Jorge Armenteros is a beautiful, lyrical, very stream-of-consciousness type of novel. Parts of the story even read like short poems. The narrative follows Teaston, a tortured painter who feels a strong urge to jump from a cliff. Later on it is revealed that Teaston had an unhappy childhood and eventually he broke and was forced to spend time in a mental … [Read more...] about Ebook Review: The Book of I
I'm excited to announce I'm part of another blog tour and giveaway! This means you can enter a raffle to win a copy of Blissfire (see end of post). Blissfire is a collection of ten short stories, written in a poetic and lyrical way. The author, D.e.e.L., said that he was chasing his own bliss while writing the stories, and it really felt that way. These stories are personal, … [Read more...] about E-Book Review: Blissfire
The title of The Prince and the Singularity: A Circular Tale is very apt. The story has many circles, which for the most part I found fascinating. It’s another great example of the experimenting you can do with self-publishing, and I really enjoyed how the author Pedro Barrento was upfront in the beginning of the book about what the story is: “It’s prose, but it reads … [Read more...] about E-Book Review: The Prince and the Singularity