Articles by: Bruce K. Hollingdrake

Book Review: ‘Transit,’ By Rachel Cusk : NPR

Book Review: ‘Transit,’ By Rachel Cusk : NPR

Transit, the second installment of Rachel Cusk’s cumulatively affecting post-divorce trilogy that began with Outline, is a reading journey you wish didn’t have to end — so it’s a good thing there’s a third volume on the itinerary. This isn’t to say these subdued, meandering novels are a joyride, at[Read More…]

by January 18, 2017 Book Reviews
Tokyo has a “bookstore hotel” where you can read, sleep and now drink

Tokyo has a “bookstore hotel” where you can read, sleep and now drink

..and wouldn’t you know it, the Mrs. and I will be in Tokyo in a couple months. She tells me our accommodations are already booked! I may have to swing by to take a look anyway. – Bruce Just be careful not to spill your drink on the pages you’re[Read More…]

by January 17, 2017 Miscellaneous
James Patterson Books Chronological Order

James Patterson Books Chronological Order

(updated Aug. 2016) James Patterson has written a Lot of books, some good, some ehh and some that are truly remarkable. He’s also written a few with co-authors like Andrew Gross. It can be a little confusing trying to figure out the order to read them (although many of his[Read More…]

by August 15, 2016 Books & Mags
Best Football Autobiographies For Christmas

Best Football Autobiographies For Christmas

There’s something magical about a football autobiography. It opens us up to a world totally alien to us. A world with fast cars, expensive houses, and glamorous parties. But what’s more, it opens us up to the dressing room. There have been a number of great footballing books released over[Read More…]

by December 15, 2014 Books & Mags
The Best Strategy? Read The Book Of Course…

The Best Strategy? Read The Book Of Course…

No matter what we do in life, a clear strategy always will always boost your chances of success tenfold. Whether that be running a business, running a marathon, or running for president, it’s important to have clear steps on exactly how you will achieve this. And what better way to[Read More…]

by December 3, 2014 Miscellaneous
Tracey Rolfe: My Self-Publishing Journey

Tracey Rolfe: My Self-Publishing Journey

A guest post by Tracey Rolfe When I wrote my first book what I knew and understood about the publishing world you could write on the back of a postage stamp. The following is a not very subtle breakdown of my frustrating experience:  (1) print and collate three chapters of[Read More…]

by October 24, 2014 Self Publishing
Great Books with Horrible Dating Advice

Great Books with Horrible Dating Advice

This is by Robert Bruce of 101 Books When I was single, I hated dating—which is probably why I didn’t do much of it. There are so many unspoken rules, and girls play games, and it’s enough to make you want to become a celibate monk. Okay, it’s not quite[Read More…]

by October 10, 2014 Classic
Truman Capote’s Teenage Works Published

Truman Capote’s Teenage Works Published

He claimed to have taught himself to read and write before his first year at school, to have started serious fiction writing aged 11, and to have known for certain that he would become a professional writer when he was only 15. Thirty years after Truman Capote’s death, the rest[Read More…]

by October 9, 2014 Authors, Publishing