Review of Idabel Allen’s novel, Rooted, by Amber Clark, Goodreads reviewer. 4.5 stars! I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway. It came signed by the author, and included a personal note. It was a Read more…
As promised, review from Los Angeles punk magazine, Razorcakes: Rooted By Idabel Allen, 320 pgs. August 16, 2017 Book Reviews, Read Think of this as a bit of Southern Gothic lit and a bit of Read more…
Southern fiction. It encompasses the lyrical and beautiful, as well as the vulgar and grotesque. It is both comic and tragic in the same breath. Seeding the South’s traditions into each new generation, the canon of Southern literature continues to grow: brambled and wild, like some ever-abundant garden.
There's been a lot of stuff going on lately. But when I read the Rooted review Los Angeles punk magazine Razorcake has coming out in the next issue, I must admit to being well-pleased. As in this is pretty dang cool!
Very interesting short stories that grab your attention from the first paragraph, only complaint is most of them could be full length novels! Quick read but also holds your attention.
Fascinating Insight #2: In Which Paul McCartney Is Latched Onto My Grandmother’s Back Like a Howler Monkey
As part of my ongoing series on FASCINATING INSIGHTS into the life of an author, namely me, I present to you this insight:
For three nights in a row, I have dreamed of celebrities who have seen better days.
Okay, I'm gearing up to publish the most ridiculous story for ages 12 to 14 girl (primarily), Cursed! My Devastatingly Brilliant Campaign To Save The Chigg. I have a terrible time landing on book covers and thought you might want to help me out. In fact, I'M COUNTING ON IT.
Got this little gem of an email, thought I'd pass it on in case you are living under a rock and are not aware just how dang awesome Rooted is: