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Book Review: The Idea of Love by Patti Callahan Henry

My Review:

Before I started reading this amazing book, I had just watched a documentary on Urban Cowboy, a movie that I absolutely loved!  So, as I read this book, I kept replaying the theme song for… 260 more words

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The Secret Daughter - A Book Review


As I saw my new-born baby’s face for the first time I tried desperately to capture her face in my mind—to stamp it onto my eyelids. 862 more words


London Tides - A Book Review


Carla Laureano


Irish photojournalist Grace Brennan travels the world’s war zones documenting the helpless and forgotten. After the death of her friend and colleague, Grace is shaken. 487 more words


Guest Post by Author, Kristy Woodson Harvey & International Book Giveaway-Dear Carolina

Blogger Note:

While I haven’t read this book yet, I am very excited to present to you, Kristy Woodson Harvey.  I was first introduced to her by fellow blogger at… 1,337 more words

Books In The Burbs News

"Markup Theory and Practice with the TEI in ENGL 53.06 'Women's Literature and Technologies of Transmission,'" 12-1:30pm, 5/26/15, Baker-Berry Library (Dartmouth)

Opening exercise:

You each have a picture in front of you as well as some markers. Circle or mark the things in that text that you think are the most important structural and thematic aspects of it. 7,259 more words


RUNWAY - Book 3 of the Hostile Beauty Series -- A Review

I first had the privilege of meeting Jan Moran when I read and reviewed her first book in the Hostile Beauty Series, Flawless.  She swept me away with the high society, fast action, and ruthlessness that lies beneath the glossy veneer of the beauty industry.  1,028 more words