Sometimes I’m So Smart I Almost Feel Like a Real Person- Book Review

Graham Parke has done it again.  With his finger firmly on the pulse of the technology-addled contemporary dating scene, Park’s Sometimes I’m So Smart I Almost Feel Like a Real Person is a hilariously parodic frolic into the world of the “I know everything, even though I’ve never done anything” world of the failure-to-launch millennial romantic.  Continue reading

No Hope for Gomez! – Book Review

no hope for gomezIn my self-assigned role as a self-proclaimed book critic/reviewer, there are some challenges, not the least of which is how to deal with a book you did not love.  Especially when the author shows signs of real talent, and particularly when that talented author has generously shared a free copy of his book with you.  I find myself in such a predicament with Graham Parke’s No Hope for Gomez!  What to say, what to do? Continue reading