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Our fast-paced lives leave little time to contemplate. These Micro Moments are designed to entertain in a few words, read them slowly and savour the essence. 89 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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When a sane man, Randle McMurphy, enters an insane asylum to get out of prison, he turns life in the ward upside-down. 650 more words


When you read a book as a child..

“When you read a book as a child, it becomes a part of your identity in a way that no other reading in your whole life does.”

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Review of Busy Woman Seeks Wife by Annie Sanders

Review of Busy Woman Seeks Wife by Annie Sanders
Reviewed by Fiza Pathan

Meg Sanders and Annie Ashworth are the writing duo of this book which I have recently read. 441 more words

Quote of the day, Sept. 19

 Bertolt Brecht, on books

“Hungry man, reach for the book: it is a weapon.”


Generational Divide

In the early 1990s, novelty children’s books were a thing. The kind you could personalize to make the story about yourself. By this, what is meant is that parents could send a specifically sized 5″ x 8″ photo into All-Star Kids Publishing and, in six to eight weeks, receive a fifteen-page book narrating the story of little Jenny or Corey or Kelly or . 1,290 more words

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Urban Spain through Literature: Literary Maps of Madrid and Barcelona

Anyone who has ever traveled with me knows I am a bit obsessed with maps – I’m either wandering around following my route via Google Maps, attempting to get my bearings and update what I refer to as “my internal GPS” (I’m generally very good with directions!), or I’m in the car paging through the good old-fashioned… 1,802 more words