RED HEADED BOOK LOVER

The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman, Denis Thériault

Humor & Satire, Romance

Bilodo lives a solitary daily life, routinely completing his postal rounds every day and returning to his empty Montreal apartment. But he has found a way to break the cycle—Bilodo has taken to stealing people’s mail, steaming open the envelopes, and reading the letters inside. And so it is he comes across Ségolène’s letters. She … Read more

How to Cure Yourself of Narcissism, Seth McDonough

Humor & Satire

Narcissists live among us. (As do the self-obsessed, the conversationally incompetent, and those maniacal co-workers who purposefully spoil the movie you’re planning to see this weekend.) Interacting with such inconsiderate earthlings is exhausting. How to Cure Yourself of Narcissism is an exercise in catharsis as our author, Seth McDonough, takes you on an imaginary adventure … Read more

It’s All Good: Times and Events I’d Never Want to Change, Charles Sacchetti

Humor & Satire, Parenting & Relationships, Poetry & Essay

A lot of people can tell stories but very few can write them in a way that makes readers feel like they are part of the experience. Such is the case with IT’S ALL GOOD. The book takes both a nostalgic and more recent look at the times and events of the author’s life while … Read more

Ivy is a Weed, Robert M. Roseth

Humor & Satire

There’s something funny going on here! Was Jeremy Ronson, a top-ranked university official, defenestrated (tossed out a window), or did he defenestrate himself? The police decide his death was accidental, but Mike Woodsen, the university’s PR director, is not convinced. He decides to investigate the death on his own. Woodsen interviews Ronson’s colleagues, an odd collection of administrators, nerds, … Read more