A Sad Day For Sports Fans – And Fans Of GREAT Memoirs! Jim Bouton, whose groundbreaking book Ball Four was one of the first tell-all books in sports, has died at age 80. He passed today in Massachusetts from a… Read More ›
Time For Some Great “Silly Stories!” I’m excited to board the Wednesday Bookmobile and share a great book from Gretchen Lehde Nixon – AKA Ginger O. Snap – a longtime friend from high school who wrote a hilarious book! “Silly… Read More ›
Detective Harry Hole Is Back! “Wednesday’s Bookmobile” Has Jo Nesbo’s Terrific Nordic Noir Thrillers!
Harry Hole Has A “Knife!” One of my favorite Authors, Jo Nesbo, is back soon with the latest in his series of Detective Harry Hole crime novels! This “Wednesday Bookmobile” celebrates a terrific series of “nordic noir” detective thrillers from… Read More ›
You Are Invited To Downton Abbey! Full disclosure: I consider “Downton Abbey” to be one of the best TV series of all time, right up there with “Mad Men”, “Game Of Thrones” and “The Office.” You can image how excited… Read More ›
Celebrating The Voice Of A Food Lover And Writer… Every Wednesday, I take my Bookmobile on the road to look at new fiction, classic literature, travel guides, candid memoirs and more…today, I want to share the words of a gifted… Read More ›
“You have to understand,” Ed McMahon once explained. “Every day, no matter what else is going on in his life, he has to come out there and be Johnny Carson.” Wednesday’s Bookmobile has the story of America’s “battle for late… Read More ›
“In watermelon sugar the deeds were done and done again as my life is done in watermelon sugar.” This is the opening line from my Wednesday Bookmobile, from the brilliant Writer and Poet Richard Brautigan: Here is the first page… Read More ›