Book Review #9: Dear Fatty (by Dawn French)

Dear Dawn,

Thank you for this amazing journey through your life.

You have included much joy and deep sadness and it touches me that you have been brace enough to share these personal moments of your life.

It’s amazing how much I never knew about how much I didn’t know about you that I feel I should have (I’m a huge fan of Vicar of Dibly and Absolutely Fabulous, not so much that I know a lot about them and watched every episode but that I’m just huge).

You have once again inspired me to keep writing and I hope one day to thank you in person for all the you have of yourself to everyone in your orbit.

Sincerely,
Karl.

Book Review #8: 1984 (by George Orwell)


Amazing piece of literature. It only mildly concerns me that I see a lot of  one of my plots in the book written decades before I was born and read decades after I wrote my piece.

Not a book I’d recommend for casual reading but certainly well worth reading.

Book Review #7: Seriously… I’m Kidding (by Elen DeGeneres)

This book is everything I expected and more.

Quips and quotes and hunourous anecdotes of nothingness.

I would recommend this book if you have nothing else to read or you have just experienced something sad, or if you just need something light and frivolous with glimpses of inspiration.

I enjoyed it, and I laughed, but I don’t think it’s a book I will actually take much away from, but you might.

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