Excerpt from Review From Here:
It’s a fair question; it’s not a dirty little secret that books of literary fiction are a dying breed. With the exception of “airport bookstore” fiction which still sells well, a lot of people have ditched the paperback for their iPad (also see: iPhone, any tablets, any smart phones), and not to read eBooks, but rather watch a TV show, or movie. Oh, and by the way, I do the same. I blame HBO. Ever since The Sopranos, television has turned out a murderer’s row of watchable television. Mad Men, The Wire, and Breaking Bad, I mean really? These shows are better than most movies and the reason is simple: they are character driven shows and the characters (despite being often dark) are somewhat relatable.
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David S. Grant is the author of BLOOD: THE NEW RED. Follow David on Twitter: .david_s_grant