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Crashing the R.N.C. Party by Guest Blogger Dave Davies

We got downtown early and parked at a lot a half mile from the Q – giving us the chance to walk through public square on the way. 2,499 more words

Women's Literature

Claiming Noah

Claiming Noah by Amanda Ortlepp (Women’s Contemporary Fiction)

Two baby boys are born through in vitro fertilization — one to Catriona and James Sinclair, who are the genetic parents, and one to Diana and Liam Simmons who receive the extra embryo donated by the Sinclairs. 214 more words

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Women’s Classic Literature Event Check-In #3

Dear Common Readers,

Better late than never is my motto for the Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016! The rest of Classics Club began the event in October 2015 but I was unable to join them until March of this year. 665 more words

WCLE 2016

I've Got Sand in All the Wrong Places

This seventh book in a series by author Lisa Scottoline (the Rosato and DiNunzio series, among others) and her adult daughter, Francesca Serritella, has the comfortable intimacy of close family friends telling frank stories over glasses of wine. 39 more words

Book Reviews

Books: Anthologies Pt.3

Hiya! Let’s just get into it. In this post I’m covering The Norton Anthology of English Literature (8th edition) and The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women… 769 more words


Faithful by Alice Hoffman

This is a beautifully written book that immerses the reader in the life and mind of a young woman for whom everything seems false and useless. 359 more words

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