The Sloppy Art of Survival

Note: This post comes from John’s weekly newsletter, The Daly Grind: Last week, a ‘Daly Grind’ reader suggested that I include a “current reading list” in my newsletter, to let you all know which books I’ve been reading, along with offering some recommendations. I told him it was a great idea. The problem is that […]

The Friendship Deficit

Note: This post comes from John’s weekly newsletter, The Daly Grind: Last week, National Review published an interesting piece by Daniel Cox, director of the Survey Center on American Life. Its headline read “American Men Suffer a Friendship Recession,” and the topic, in my view, was culturally important. Cox cited polls and trend-lines showing that […]

3 Book Giveaway!

On July 4th, one lucky reader will win a trio of signed Sean Coleman Thrillers (paperback editions)! Safeguard Blood Trade From a Dead Sleep To enter the contest, all you have to do is make sure you’re subscribed to my “Daly Grind” newsletter. If you’ve already subscribed, you’ve already been entered into the giveaway! If […]

Return of the Blockbusters

Note: This post comes from John’s weekly newsletter, The Daly Grind: In February of last year, Hollywood power couple John Krasinski and Emily Blunt were heavily promoting their much anticipated sequel to the 2018 post-apocolyptic thriller, A Quiet Place. The film was set to be released internationally the following month, with the world premier taking […]

Fall in Spring

Note: This post comes from John’s weekly newsletter, The Daly Grind: Hi everyone. I hope you all had a great Memorial Day weekend, and found some time to relax while honoring those who’ve given their lives in defense of our country. I postponed this week’s newsletter a bit because my family and I went up […]

Into the Great Tight Indoors

Note: This post comes from John’s weekly newsletter, The Daly Grind: I was listening to a podcast the other day in which the guest, political commentator David Frum, likened the beginning of COVID-vaccinated life to a frightened, anxious dog whose kennel has been opened, but he’s not quite sure if he should (or is ready […]