Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

In November, 2013, I was browsing the shelves of Brilliant Books in Traverse City, MI.  There was a stand-alone shelf promoting the books from a single publisher – Europa Editions. According to the company website, Europa Editions was founded in 2005 and has published books by authors from twenty-six different countries, making it a leading …

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– Last week, I finished reading When Darkness was a Virtue by Michael Grant Jaffe.   When it comes to selecting the next novel I want to read usually one of two things happen;  either I know exactly which novel is next in line, or I have an elimination process that helps me make that …

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During the month of March, 2014, this is what I read: Novels: The Angry Buddhist by Seth Greenland (politics, sex, and murder, and a man trying to rein in his anger through Buddhist meditation) The Truth by Michael Palin (A serious novel by the Monty Python comedian). Short Stories: Indulgence by Susan Perabo (One Story) …

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Yesterday, I blogged the list of writings I read during the month of January, 2014.  To get caught up, here are the various writings I read during the month of February, 2014. NOVELS The Burglar Who Counted the Spoons by Lawrence Block (great fun, as always. Five Stars on Goodreads) The Haunted Bookshop by Christopher …

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Nick Hornby’s memoir Fever Pitch is about Hornby’s love of soccer and of being a committed fan of the Arsenal Gunners specifically.  I’m an Arsenal fan, though I was not destined to grow up in North London and have it become a part of my genetic make-up.  Hornby’s introspection of being a soccer fan of the …

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November.  It’s an interesting month.  The days grow colder as the darkness grows longer.  We flip our clocks back an hour.  Every November since 2008 I’ve made the pilgrimage to Traverse City, MI for the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan conference.  My birthday falls in November.  And since 2010, I’ve participated in National Novel Writing …

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The Y in Life launched at the Troy Community Center in Troy, Michigan on Tuesday, September 17, 2013.  If you were unable to attend, the video is of my reading from the book, and a couple of questions from the Q&A session.  My son, Colin Kitchen, shot the video and the follow up photos. The …

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