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Recent Reads and Recs: August 2012 Edition

Brief thoughts on books you may or may not want to explore on your own.   ADULT FICTION  A Game of Thrones, by George R.R. Martin I tried hard to like this book based upon recommendations and the popularity of … Continue reading

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Recent Reads and Recs: July 2012 Edition

Brief thoughts on books you may or may not want to explore on your own. ADULT NONFICTION Bossypants, by Tina Fey  I’m not a huge non-fiction reader at all, and increasingly less so if the non-fiction book in question is … Continue reading

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Saturday Summation – 26 May 2012

Here are some of my most interesting blog and news reads of the week: Reading Stuff: The debate on the appropriateness of Young Adult literature content re-opened for a bit when US News posted this article about whether or not … Continue reading

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Recent Reads and Recs: March 2012 Edition

Reviews that aren’t really reviews, but glimpses into some books I’ve read that might cross your path… and if they don’t, maybe some of them should: ADULT FICTION Wise Man’s Fear, by Patrick Rothfuss  I know of only 2 other … Continue reading

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Recent Reads and Recs: December 2011 Edition

My second installment of reviews that aren’t really reviews, but glimpses into some books I’ve read that might cross your path… and if they don’t, maybe some of them should: ADULT FICTION The Untelling, by Tayari Jones I had read … Continue reading

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Recent Reads and Recs: November 2011 Edition

I am trying out this way of giving some book reviews without giving actual reviews because I discovered that writing a full review is a lot of work (even if it is worthwhile), and a lot of pressure, and in … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Four Years from Home – Larry Enright

It is classified primarily as a mystery, but the core theme of Four Years from Home, by Larry Enright touches more upon the mystery of self-exploration and relationships than perhaps the typical murder mystery. The book opens with a family … Continue reading

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