Stories I Only Tell My Friends: An Autobiography by Rob Lowe

I have always been vaguely aware of Rob Lowe, but it has only been within the last two months or so that I have developed a full-blown crush on the man. This is largely due to my recent binge-watching of the entire Parks and Recreation series, paired with Lowe’s new Direct TV commercials. Both are amazing. Other than that, the only things I knew about Rob Lowe were that he played my favorite character in the mini-series based on The Stand (LOVE Nick Andros) and that at one time, he was involved in some sort of sex scandal. Deciding that it was high time that I learned more about this man, I purchased his book. Continue reading “Stories I Only Tell My Friends: An Autobiography by Rob Lowe”


Infernal Machines by Will Millar

The first two hundred pages of Will Millar’s debut novel were brutally painful. Oscillating from mildly entertaining to clichéd and boring, there were no less than three separate occasions in which I was compelled to give up. I persevered, and halfway through, Infernal Machines takes off and does not stop until the end. That’s right, ladies and gentleman. I did not hate this book – at least not half of it. Continue reading “Infernal Machines by Will Millar”