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CRWM #04: Twilight

The highly anticipated (perhaps the only anticipated episode ever) of Come Read With Me has arrived!

In case you hadn’t heard, I read the infamous Twilight Saga last year. 146 more words

Friends

Boys Will Be Boys

Last night I had totally had it with Merlin.  He was acting wild and getting his sister all wound up with his antics.  I had plans to go to “Fifty Shades of Grey” with my book group and then Röbert called to let me know that he was going to have to work late for the third time this week.   329 more words

Merlin

Pinot & Prose Book Club selection for March 2015

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs.

The book tells the tale of a boy who, following a horrific family tragedy, follows clues that take him to an abandoned orphanage on a Welsh island. 153 more words

Events

Another Turn of the Page: More Snowbirds and Jack

“In the dime stores and bus stations/ People talk of situations/ Read books, repeat quotations/ Draw conclusions on the wall”
Bob Dylan

Well if I thought last month was sparse, member-wise, this month was even thinner. 818 more words

Author: Jeanne

Hanging on to the leg up.

As I’ve said before, I’ve officially, well and truly finished Glitter Red Shoes and Sky Blue Gingham. I have done all I can to it without the help of an agent and/or an editor. 469 more words

Woman at point zero, by Nawal El Saadawi

One of the best things of being in a bookclub is to discover new authors you never heard about before, and reading books you would have never chosen on your own. 137 more words

Why You Should Join A Book Club - Or Start One

I didn’t particularly feel like writing about writing today, so I went for the next best thing – writing about reading!

Reading is great. Simple combinations of 24 letters and sometimes ten numbers and a multitude of punctuation marks can make you laugh, cry, scream or throw your book across the room. 347 more words

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