I've almost got my head above water, so I'll be back to regularly posting here SOON. (I HOPE.)
But anyway, Kirkus!
On Monday, I wrote about some upcoming December releases, and today, I wrote about Josh Sundquist's memoir We Should Hand Out Sometime, which I had some rather large—though also largely personal—issues with:
I found the way that Sundquist talked about the women in his life as…troubling. He was not at all malicious, he didn’t express any opinion that we all haven’t heard a million times, he was being (I assume) honest about his interactions and thought process and logic, and I have no doubt that many, many readers will recognize their own history and their own perspectives in his story. So far, so good.