• Interview with J.A. Marzán, Author Of Don’t Let Me Die In Disneyland

    Interview with J.A. Marzán, Author Of Don’t Let Me Die In Disneyland0

    Don’t Let Me Die in Disneyland is a picaresque, smart, and smartass memoir of Harvard lawyer Eddie Loperena’s Newyorican life in “the country I was offered.” J.A. Marzán talks with Book Glow about the writing of the novel. The book is available from Open Books Direct. Describe the book in one sentence. It’s the memoir of

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  • Read An Excerpt From Don’t Let Me Die In Disneyland

    Read An Excerpt From Don’t Let Me Die In Disneyland0

    Don’t Let Me Die in Disneyland by J.A. Marzán is a picaresque, smart, and smartass memoir of Harvard lawyer Eddie Loperena’s Newyorican life in “the country I was offered.” Here is an exclusive excerpt from the novel: I phoned for a Chinese lunch then rolled another sheet into the typewriter. The phone rang. The caller

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  • 6 Must-Read Novels Set In Puerto Rico

    6 Must-Read Novels Set In Puerto Rico0

    Learn about the island, its culture, and people with these 6 must-read novels set in Puerto Rico. 1. The Rum Diary by Hunter S. Thompson “Begun in 1959 by a twenty-two-year-old Hunter S. Thompson, The Rum Diary is a brilliantly tangled love story of jealousy, treachery, and violent alcoholic lust in the Caribbean boomtown that

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  • Top 10 Best Weddings In Fiction

    Top 10 Best Weddings In Fiction0

    Momentous, outrageous, and completely unforgettable, you will want to attend these top 10 best weddings in fiction. 1. Goodbye Columbus by Philip Roth “Goodbye, Columbus is the story of Neil Klugman and pretty, spirited Brenda Patimkin, he of poor Newark, she of suburban Short Hills, who meet one summer break and dive into an affair

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  • 9 Must-Read Novels With Diverse Bicultural Characters

    9 Must-Read Novels With Diverse Bicultural Characters0

    Recommended reading alert! You will want to place on your TBR list all 9 of these must-read novels with diverse bicultural characters. 1. The Wonderful World of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz “Oscar is a sweet but disastrously overweight ghetto nerd who—from the New Jersey home he shares with his old world mother and rebellious

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