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Book…

I just finished listening to, The Poet X.  It’s written like a  poetry/novel and the reader is excellent. It’s a book about how religion can destroy a person’s life/mind and how that can destroy the family living with the fanatic.  … Continue reading

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From: Candy…wouldn’t you love to have one of these? And they’re all different.

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PEACE TALKS…read it…loved it…

As I said, PEACE TALKS came out today.  Read it immediately.  It was lots of fun and the next one comes out in September.  This is great news, since we have been waiting for this one for what seems like … Continue reading

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Out today…after a much too long wait…it’s finally here.

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Authors I read…

thatartsyreadergirl   I’ve never done this before but thatartsyreadergirl asked about which authors you’ve read the most books by, so here’s my list, although it’s more about series, than different books by the same author…still…I though I would give it my … Continue reading

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Book…Just started reading it.

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BETSY…book (2 photographs)

I read this book yesterday.  It’s a fast read, a one day read, and I liked it.  Betsy’s a woman who did things her own way, mostly because she had no real idea how to do things.  She’s very “go … Continue reading

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Sylvia…

Sylvia lives in the attic of a bookstore in Paris.  She’s named after the original owner and founder of the shop.  Every mouse who has ever lived in the bookshop has been named Sylvia.  And a mouse has always lived … Continue reading

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I just couldn’t finish it…

I almost did it, but I just got so sick of Stein’s ego, that I had to stop.  I looked at the pictures and the last page where the Stein said that the book was a love story (to herself) … Continue reading

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Here’s the thing…

This book is about Gertrude Stein.  Toklas is the narrator.  It doesn’t make sense.  And, depending on your personality, having Gertrude’s last name repeated over and over and over again, is more than annoying.  Gertrude Stein said, Gertrude Stein did, … Continue reading

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