The death of a close high school friend haunts a young couple in this debut novel. Autumn Miller is working as a waitress at a restaurant in a small town, and it is her last day. She has spent the last few years saving money and has decided to go back to school. After a run-in with some terrible customers, she leaves work early but soon learns that the college has delayed her academic program until the following spring. Now that she is unemployed and won’t start school for eight more months … [Read more...] about Building It Up by Katt Rose
Equal parts shocking and moving, Off the Reservation: Stories I Almost Took to the Grave and Probably Should Have is an absurdist confessional memoir, accurately detailing the reckless hijinks of a bipolar alcoholic with borderline personality disorder. This stranger-than-fiction true story spans over three decades, as Michael recounts his tales with wincing honesty. Eventually, the maniacal nights of booze, drugs, and sex give way to rude awakenings in empty rooms, jail cells, and beds of snow … [Read more...] about Off the Reservation: Stories I Almost Took to the Grave and Probably Should Have by Michael Rossi
This book is bargain priced from 12/01/2013 until 12/02/2013 Eight people escape decimated New York. They have only one thing in common: the alcoholic gene. The same genetic quirk that makes alcoholics and addicts susceptible to booze and drugs gives them a mysterious ability to evade detection by the undead. But one gene in common isn’t enough to unite them. They’re a motley crew: A Botoxed Upper Eastsider; a drug dealer rescued from lockup; a resentful daughter of addicts; an … [Read more...] about The Thirteenth Step: Zombie Recovery by Michele W. Miller
The Courage to Surrender By John W. Unlike the memoir of a famous person, my story lives with the millions of baby boomers who passed me a joint and a beer in college and again at the corporate picnic. My memoir is rough around the edges, and so was I, as you will see throughout my life. My daydreams of the ’50s were interrupted by Dad’s paradigm for manhood, and my first beers at eight, those experiences came together to establish a lifetime of doing things I knew wrong. Having grown up in … [Read more...] about The Courage to Surrender by John W.