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The Secret To Living Past 100 Years

There are more people over a hundred years old in Okinawa, Japan than anywhere else on the planet.

Even more interesting, these centenarians are also in incredibly healthy shape. 371 more words


Discussion Guide: Always Happy Hour by Mary Miller

Here are some of the questions we discussed at our in-person meeting on March 23.

  1. All the narrators are very similar in background, situation, and voice.
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It’s Always Happy Hour at the New & Noteworthy Book Club

If Mary Miller’s last novel The Last Days of California was a love letter to adolescence, her latest work is a series of love letters to arrested development–letters never sent, pushed to the back of the desk drawer. 283 more words

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Jan's blog post originally published on BookPeople's blog.


If you are new to my blog, I recently decided to put Friday 56 on hiatus.  Friday Update is an update on what I read during the week, sometimes what I am currently reading, and what book/books I plan on starting over the weekend. 122 more words

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A Discussion of Silver Sparrow

Written by Stella Pool, Monticello Avenue Coordinator

Like many book clubs in the JMRL area, my book group often reads the title for the NEA Big Read. 246 more words

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the belles' book club found another page-turner...

Humorous, shocking, and enlightening…this one is a must-read!

This belle of the stock market has it all…or does she???
Opening Belle by Maureen Sherry (catchy title in our humble opinion ;) 22 more words

What's Ringin' Our Belle

Blaise the Baker Recommends - Notes on a Banana 

“Notes on a Banana” By: David Leite

I can not tell you how much I love this book! It really struck a cord with me. I guess I was not expecting this book to hit so close to home but it really did in just about every way imaginable. 307 more words

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