Archive for the 'Books' Category


Dorothy Carvello’s Book

Anything For A Hit If “Anything For A Hit” was written by a man it would be a best-seller. Every, and I mean EVERY wannabe should devour this book. Because it delineates the game and how it is played, and it’s much worse than you’ve ever dreamed. Oldsters know all that. But they’ll read for […]

Cherry

Cherry: A novel The Acknowledgements is the best part. You’re not gonna want to read this. Our country is all optimism all the time, except when it comes to the government/political situation. Everyone’s got hope, everyone’s a winner… But it don’t really happen that way at all. “Cherry” is a buzz book, but there’s no […]

Educated

Educated: A Memoir Every family is a cult. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to break out of it. I grew up fifty miles from New York City. My mother was the life of the party, my father expounded upon truth every day. It wasn’t until I went to college that I […]

Seymour Stein’s Book

Siren Song: My Life in Music He takes a swing at Mo Ostin, multiple swings, in fact. He who writes history owns it, will this sway people’s opinion of the Warner majordomo, does anybody care? That’s what struck me so much reading this book, so much is ancient history. The decimation of the Warner Music […]