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Independence

Before We Visit the Goddess by Chitra Banerjee Divakuruni is a fictional novel about three generations of women. The story begins with the grandmother in Bengal, India and ends with her granddaughter in Texas. The main theme of the story … Continue reading

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And Then She Said

About Women: Conversations between a writer and a painter by Lisa Alther and Francoise Gilot is an interesting non-fiction book. Reading much like a play with two famous women as the main characters sans stage directions, the book is an ongoing dialogue … Continue reading

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Delicious

The title of The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat by Edward Kelsey Moore whet my appetite for a good down-home book about female relationships.  This book delivers a huge helping of humor, sentiment, and sage advice. Moore’s novel revolves around three … Continue reading

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Oh You’ve Got to Have Friends

I just finished reading Friendkeeping by Julie Klam. The book took me longer to read than normal because there was so much in it that got me thinking. To me, this is the sign of a good book; it makes … Continue reading

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