Midnight’s Children

Midnight’s Children by Salmon Rushdie deserves some debriefing.  After reading this you feel like you went on a mission or at least a serious undertaking that requires some after thoughts. Midnight’s Children is weird and confusing and complicated and enjoyable. It is unforgettable. Though it is narrated as a memoir that starts with the lives of his… Continue reading Midnight’s Children

About Me

My cover photo sums up the good life for me: a book, a beach, and a crazy bathing suit. I have goals like the next person, and there’s hardly a better combination than novels and warm sand. I also have lots of ideas swirling about. To clear them out, I write.  I used to fill… Continue reading About Me