Monthly Archives: January 2012

La Vida y la Muerte

In the mid-80’s, a friend gave me a book by Isabel Allende called Eva Luna.  I liked the book so much that it is still on my bookcase along with my other favorites.  When I saw another book by the … Continue reading

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Dash It

My new Kindle has a great feature which allows you to sample various books prior to purchasing them.  I am taking advantage of this valuable service as often as possible, because I dislike wasting time reading a book that ultimately … Continue reading

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Om Mani Peme Hung

The colorful jacket of Across Many Moutains: Three Daughters of Tibet by Yangzom Brauen caught my eye during a post holiday shopping excursion to the bookstore.  I had my son take a picture of the cover for me.  Upon returning … Continue reading

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My Kind of Town

It took me about 80 pages to catch the rhythm of this book, but once I did, I fell in love with it. Love and Shame and Love by Peter Orner is an unusual book and well worth reading. The … Continue reading

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