Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Way We Were

If you have never read A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, I strongly recommend you take the time to do so. Written many years afterward, this is a collection of short stories; recollections of Hemingway’s days in 1920’s Paris. Like … Continue reading

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The Mystery of the White Ribbon

The House of Silk by Anthony Horowitz recently came to my attention when I saw a former professor was reading another book written by the same author. Am I ever grateful! Sanctioned by the Doyle Estate, this is a brand … Continue reading

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Dedicated to the One I Love

Love is a Mix Tape by Rob Sheffield was a timely read for me and a good memoir.  Little did I know when I chose the book on tape from the library it would be prophetic in a very sad, … Continue reading

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Book Giveaway

“From the authors of the international bestseller Homework for Grown-Ups, SHAKESPEARE BASICS FOR GROWN-UPS looks at key works – from comedies to tragedies – and the most important sonnets. For parents having to keep up with their children’s homework, those looking to … Continue reading

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Conquering the Air

The Wright Brothers by David McCullough is a thoroughly researched novel focused on the amazing efforts of many creative visionaries, the brilliant Wright Brothers in particular, who invented early airplanes. Fortunate for future historians, members of the Wright family kept … Continue reading

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