Owning Your Team Colors

Book Review of "Green: A Novel" by Sam Graham-Felsen. Everyone knows that middle school is the worst. Not only are these kids thrown into a new environment with new teachers and a bunch of new kids, they’re also dealing with the onset of puberty and all those hormones. Into this traumatic situation, Graham-Felsen places his … Continue reading Owning Your Team Colors

Fictional blogging for her life

Book Review for "Undiscovered Gyrl" by Allison Burnett. Authors have always been told, "Write what you know," but as far as I can tell, this is a rule that Mr. Burnett has shunned totally. Had it resulted in an unsuccessful novel, would have been understandable, but amazingly, it doesn't. How a 50-something male author can … Continue reading Fictional blogging for her life

A Poetic Memoir of Ondaatje’s visits to Sri Lanka

Book Review of "Running in the Family" by Michael Ondaatje. Michael Ondaatje, author of "The English Patient," was born in Sri Lanka (then known as Ceylon). In 1954, at the age of 11, he left for England and in 1962 he moved to Canada. Only as an adult did Ondaatje go back to visit the … Continue reading A Poetic Memoir of Ondaatje’s visits to Sri Lanka