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A day at the American Writers Museum

Writers and readers alike, rejoice! Chicago is home to a new museum tailored just for us.

The husband and I spent Thursday afternoon absorbing the halls and galleries of the American Writers Museum, 180 N. 783 more words


Deadly Gamble – Connie Shelton

This is book #1 of the Charlie Parker Mysteries. I randomly came upon it while searching through books on Amazon.

Charlie Parker is an accountant who shares office space with her brother, who is a private investigator. 314 more words


Book Review: Kuch Vo Pal

Hindi poets such as Gulzar, Kabir, Harivansh Rai Bachchan, Javed Akhtar, etc. have always influenced my thoughts in poetry. Their works have always inspired me. Rarely have I come across debut works in Hindi poetry from contemporary writers. 461 more words


Top Ten Thursday?

So…. I forgot to post my Top Ten Tuesday post this week so I figured I’d just do it today … better late than never right? 12 more words


Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

Like so many others, I am jumping on the Orient Express to find out who did ‘it’ before I see the movie at the cinema. I’ve been desperately wanting to read Agatha Christie’s books for a while, and there was no better one to start with! 682 more words


Cape Cod Scenes, Reading Adventures, and Neighborhood Turkeys

“Live in the sunshine. Swim in the sea. Drink in the wild air.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Summer rushed on by in a whoosh of heat and humidity. 303 more words


The Search is On! Presents for You to Find

Hidden around the school are 10 presents from the Learning Commons. They are neatly wrapped with a note on the front. If you find one, its yours to keep. 22 more words