Review of Catherine Chanter’s “The Well,” & Literary Tea Feature-Two Leaves and a Bud’s “Orange Sencha Green Tea”

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/ Goodreads Beginning in a literary comatose state, Catherine Chanter’s grim, methodical psychological thriller “The Well” takes some time for the reader to adjust to the slow pacing of the story. The beginning of the story has a glacial pace, introducing us to the story’s main first-person perspective Ruth Ardingly, who remind readers…

Review of Chris Bohjalian’s “Close your Eyes,Hold Hands”

  Amazon/Barnes and Nobles/Kobo/Goodreads Book is slated to released tomorrow- July 8, 2014. Ever since first reading┬ádozens of pictures books about the Mount Vesuvius eruption and consequent destruction of Pompeii during grade school, I have had this ineradicable love and even morbid curiosity in diaster stories. Just last night, the Stephen Spielberg adaptation of War…