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In May, the movie BOOK CLUB was released. It starred 4 of my favorite actresses of a certain age, my absolute fav being Candice Bergen. The plot dealt with 4 women all over the age of 50 ( way over!) and their attitudes towards aging, their bodies, their sex lives ( or lack of such) and society’s views, in general, about romance, romantic love, and yes, SEX, after the age of 40. 915 more words


August Book Club 2018!

Hey guys! In a previous post that I made about What’s On My Book Shelf, I mentioned a few books on my shelf that I’d set aside for a book club I was a part of, so I thought I’d make a separate post talking about that, and what books I’ve decided to give my group to choose from. 779 more words


via WELCOME TO #RRBC #Writers #Conference & #Book #Expo! #WCBE18

This conference will be just as awesome as the three previous ones presented by Rave Reviews Book Club.

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August Bookclub Discussion Questions

So, we’re halfway through our scheduled August book. However, from many direct messages I’m getting, so many of you have loved it and finished it already. 1,314 more words


Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking

Title: Blink by Malcolm Gladwell 
Genre: Thinking
Reading Level: Moderate
Finish Time:Never finish
Overall Rating: 3/5

Thoughts/Overview: So I’ve tried reading The Tipping Point, which is written by the same author and as much as I want to like it, it was an okay book. 221 more words

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Amy Reads: Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother

I had been reading Grit by Angela Duckworth, occasionally taking notes as I now try to do with books that inspire me. I read a little bit about Angela Duckworth’s history and was pleasantly surprised to see that she is Chinese American like myself. 762 more words

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Book Club Discussion: Sacrifice by Andrew Boylan

What did you think of the synopsis? Did it reveal too much plot or too little?

ThatOneNerdyGirl– It’s short and, somehow, it features too much plot. 470 more words