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So Close

So Close

This was a totally enjoyable read.  I found myself so immersed in the plot I often lost track of my surroundings.  I just love when that happens!   273 more words

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Feminism vs White Feminism

A recent slam poem ties in well with today’s discussion: http://bit.ly/1X8erQo

This may seem a little off-topic for this blog but I promise my ramblings here are related to books. 410 more words

On Men’s Book Clubs

Many of Bas Bleu’s readers (and editors, too!) can list “avid book-club member” on our reading resumés. But whether your monthly meetings focus on the books themselves or the wine and conversation served alongside them, chances are good your book club is primarily (if not entirely) composed of women. 985 more words

The Reading Life

AAUW Readers Planning Session: instructive, stimulating - and fun!

Last Thursday’s AAUW Readers planning session was most enjoyable and productive. Here are some of the highlights:

   As she was not able to come, Susan suggested via email that we read Richard Russo’s EVERYBODY’S FOOL. 1,042 more words


Watching Edie

Watching Edie by Camilla Way

There’s something really creepy about this book.  At times your hair will stand up and you’ll be looking over your shoulder.   276 more words

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Hero's Journey Book Clubs

Studying the Hero’s Journey

Hero’s Journey MaterialsClick the link for book lists, class assignments, and note-taking sheets.

Hero’s Journey Final ProjectClick the link to find out about the final assignment. 8 more words