Reviews by klickitat
Fun second book in a series that builds nicely on the stakes of its predecessor. Lots of humor.
Too costly for daily wear but a good source for special occasion treats.
Highly recommended for all writers. Lott is refreshingly humble. This book would be a great companion, especially during periods of self doubt (so always, I guess). If I ever taught a creative course, I'd have students read "A Home, A House: On Writing and Rejection." They probably wouldn't like it or believe it (I wouldn't when I was younger) but it'd be good advice for students to have in the back of their brain when they finally did "get it."
I'm losing interest which is bizarre because a lot of stuff went down. Someone's lip was bit off for Jimminy's sake. Thanks a lot. I can't unsee that.
What would happen if you turned Little Miss Sunshine into a graphic novel but instead of a dead grandpa, there were a dead African of unknown origin.