“Beer, Women, and the Written Word” By Adam C. Mitchell

Author Adam C. Mitchell is one of my favorite noir authors. I was curious when offered an advanced reader copy of his book Beer, Women, and the Written Word. All I knew was that it was semi-autobiographical and from the title, I gathered it wasn’t “noir”. From the beginning, I wondered where the story was going. The main protagonist, Harry Block, is a mess. He’s … Continue reading “Beer, Women, and the Written Word” By Adam C. Mitchell

“Under Fire: Reporting from the Front Lines of the Trump White House” by April Ryan

I’ve watched April Ryan on televised White House press briefings and as a journalist on news programs. I was eager to read what she had to say about the Trump White House. Under Fire: Reporting from the Front Lines of the Trump White House provided insight into her experiences with the Trump White House and the assortment of Press Secretaries who have battled with the … Continue reading “Under Fire: Reporting from the Front Lines of the Trump White House” by April Ryan