Dear Diary of a Bookseller,
You made me laugh, but you also made me pretty self conscious. I found you a little cynical, yet for that same reason I enjoyed your company. We had a good time while it lasted.
You are a highly meditative book. You sparked further contemplations, connections, and spiritual revelations. I find I am leaving you a better person than I came in. For this reason, and many more, I am so grateful for the opportunity to meet you and spend many hours with you.
Dear Death on Hold,
What an eye opening opportunity to hear a story of resilience, transformation, and powerful friendship. I left this conversation feeling both heavy with the knowledge of the poor justice system, and encouraged by what Mitch has chosen to do with life. I look forward to hearing more about Mitch’s life outside the pages of this book.
Dear Letter to His Father,
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this raw expose you presented. There were moments when I felt your pain, moments when I saw the sadness and longing for change. You brought a lot of perspective into the life of a great literary writer. So, thank you for widening my world and perspective.