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Shortcomings by Adrian Tomine

Adrian Tomine does New Yorker covers, and I really liked his book of cartoons about his process getting married. (To a white woman; he is Japanese.) Normally I would never mention that but, Shortcomings deals a lot with a Japanese man interested in white women, and what it all means, especially to his Asian girlfriend. 94 more words

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Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

I’ve read a few Liane Moriarty novels, and they have all been engaging when I’m in the process of reading them, but unsatisfying in the end. 92 more words

Fiction

August: Osage County by Tracy Letts

Pow! This play hit me in the face, the gut, and at times the funny bone. Read it and be glad your dysfunctional family is not that bad. 43 more words

Nonfiction

My week with Jesters, Kings, Queens and Potters.

Hello readers. For my turn this week I have chosen to write about the Castle’s annual Summer School for Looked After Children.

This was definitely something I hadn’t had experience of before so when our manager asked us trainees if we would like to get involved, I was straight in there. 891 more words

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Me, My Blog and I

During my first night clubbing, I made a bar tender pinky promise me that he didn’t spike my drink… I’m going to take a similar approach here in terms of my internet safety and ask anyone with weird motives for being on this blog.. 491 more words

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Katy (1952) كيتي

This is Katy ( كيتي, Kitty, Keti, Katie etc) in a wedding scene from the 1952 tear jerker ‘Lahn al Kouloud’ (Immortal (or) Eternal Song لحن الخلود ) which starred Farid al Atrache in the main role as Wahid who has been entrusted with the care of his friend’s two daughters after the friend’s death. 37 more words

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Iyanla Vanzant Heals In Ferguson on OWN 'Fix My Life'

Iyanla Vanzant, live coach, healer, teacher and TV personality went to Ferguson this past week and the other night her OWN special Healing Ferguson aired earlier tonight at 9 p.m. 51 more words

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