For March 2021, the NOLA Book Club will be reading The Boyfriend Project by Farrah Rochon (published June 9, 2020).
March 2021. A year of sitting home in Los Angeles for COVID, and about three years since I’ve changed the
Like most things in life, there’s no “one size fits all” solution here. Every writer works differently and has different
Are you a plotter or a pantser? If you plot, do you use post it notes, grocery receipts, notebooks or
We’ve all been there at book club, ready to talk about the story, the characters, the plot… then silence. How
We Cast A Shadow by Maurice Carlos Ruffin Published 1/29/2019 Interview with Maurice Carlos Ruffin: https://therumpus.net/2019/03/the-rumpus-interview-with-maurice-carlos-ruffin/ Element of Sacrifice: Interview
The Yellow Houseby Sarah M. Broom Published: 2019-08-13New York: Grove Press — Currently reading this for @BookNOLA club choice for
The new year is the perfect time to set new reading goals! This is my “want to read” list, my “TBR”
Welcome back for Literary Gastronomy, Part 2. “Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch.”
Virginia Woolf, who placed much emphasis upon dining within her works, famously said that “one cannot think well, love well,
I’ve recently become enamored with the literary tours around the country that delve deep into the writing history of the
If you recall, back in… October… (seems like a lifetime ago in this pandemic), I had a post titled “FAVORITE
Facts, facts, facts; there is nothing but facts. The writer’s first business is to get at these facts exactly —get
What a long, strange trip it’s been since March 2020, when the latest pandemic has hit the country, Coronavirus (COVID-19).