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Week 19: Party Crashing: How the Hip-Hop Generation Declared Political Independence by Keli Goff

Side note: apologies for not posting in several weeks. I decided to take a public speaking class this summer at a local community college for fun (I’m crazy, I know), and it really slowed my roll reading-wise. 600 more words


The Tiger's Wife and other stuff

I finished The Tiger’s Wife, but unfortunately I’m not going to be able to discuss it right now–let’s just say the subject matter hits a little too close to home right now and god, I sure know how to pick ‘em at the wrong time, don’t I? 82 more words


The Book Exchange.. How It Works And Why It Is Awesome

The book club I am part of (The Bookies) have had a fun exchange that we have taken part in for the past three years.  I recently posted… 375 more words


Read Along with Me: The Maze Runner #6

Final Maze Runner post!

Check out my previous posts to see what the Read Along with Me group had to say about Chapters 1 – 9… 490 more words

Book Review

20 books finished in 2014: The Girl Who Fell From The Sky


It was really good, though. Challenging, but good.

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Top ten literature characters I'd pick to be stuck on an island with me

The Top Ten Tuesday meme comes from The Broke and the Bookish. I don’t plan to participate in this after today, but for some reason, today’s topic intrigued me. 794 more words

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Book Club: A Guide To Living

The stroke of genius in Sarah Bakewell’s book about Montaigne is that she framed his biography as a guide to life. You could justify this as a way to appeal to a distracted 21st Century audience otherwise highly unlikely to read about a sixteenth century French essayist, but she makes that entirely unnecessary. 1,478 more words

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