“Annabel” by Kathleen Winter- Book Review

I liked this book since the moment I started reading it. Number 1 the story grabbed me, Wayne, the main character grabbed me and number 2 I always like when a well written book has a Maritime setting, and I can recognize and understand places and things. it is like a treasure hunt, “oh! I […]

“The Thousand Autumns of Jacob De Zoet”- Book Review

This books has perplexed me. Almost the whole time I was reading it, I thought I did not like it, but then by the end, I was almost in tears and I all of a sudden cared about the whole thing. David Mitchell is, I don’t know, a “good writer”. If you call using big […]

How serious should we take a degenerative disease?

I have been mulling and mulling over this in my mind. See, I have something wrong with me. Something is wrong with my blood. I have very low white blood cells and they never get any higher, for the 2 years that they have been monitoring my blood. The answer right now is probably that […]

Book Review: “We are Water” by Wally Lamb

I am a Wally Lamb fanatic, I have read and loved all of his books. They are just so large, and so involved and make me feel like I have digested something worthwhile. We are Water was no exception. From the first few pages I knew I was going to fall deep. The characters are […]