Coffee, Shopping, Murder, Love is an unconventional love story that covers all your favorite subjects: xenophobia, homophobia, misogyny, money laundering, the opioid crisis, suffering a mid-life crisis, and growing up with disorganized attachment, which translates into anger, jealousy, envy, narcissism, low self-esteem, porn addiction, social media addiction, a penchant for designer furniture and expensive clothes, and, of course, murder. Several murders. Set in Los Angeles, California, during the Obama era.
2. Shopping “Never felt better,” the old man says. Then he laughs, and so does the young man he’s talking to. Never better? I think, studying my shocked reflection in front of a full length […]
First mistake: Being brown. She’s praised for the healthy color of her skin, but as Lina wisely says in chapter 15, when Josie expresses her wish to become an actress: “A Mexican will never play […]
I went on a exploratory trip to the Last Bookstore last Friday. What an exciting trip! 40 minutes just to pass the 405. Someone decided to attempt suicide during rush hour traffic. The 101 was closed and […]
Why, I’ve been told that chapter 3 of Love, or the Witches of Windward Circle is a bit gross. Never had I been more insulted, not since Monday! Historically accurate, that’s more like it, you ignorant twat! […]