In 2012, I launched a blog (Inferior Planet) to review books and to share my love of reading. Occasionally, I’ve published personal essays on this platform. Although I haven’t been as active on the blog recently, I plan to start posting more reviews and essays starting in early 2024. Writing about books has given me an opportunity to think more deeply and critically about the stories, ideas and concepts that I’m reading about. I consider myself a voracious reader, bouncing from crime novels and biographies to science and history books.

Here are a few recent books that I’ve enjoyed, in no particular order.
  1. A Certain Justice, by P.D. James
  2. Ripley's  Game, by Patricia Highsmith
  3. Guerrilla Radio, by Matthew Collin
  4. The Lady Fom Zagreb, by Philip Kerr
  5. Permanent Astonishment, by Tomson Highway
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“If it sounds like writing, I rewrite it. Or, if proper usage gets in the way, it may have to go. I can’t allow what we learned in English composition to disrupt the sound and rhythm of the narrative.” —Elmore Leonard