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Currently Reading

Suzanne is currently reading: Mentats Of Dune: Schools Of Dune, Book 2 by Brian Herbert Some Luck: The Last Hundred Years Trilogy: A Family Saga by Jane Smiley In A Dark Wood Wandering: A Novel of the Middle Ages by … Continue reading

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Goals and New Year Challenges!

Yippee!  I have reached my goal of reading 100 books this year.  Grown-up books, that is, no cheating with children’s books.  My son figures if I included the books I read to my daughter each day, I’d easily have 300 … Continue reading

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What’s In the Mail?

I’ve got a short stack of new releases to read in the coming month that I’m excited to share with you! First is The Next Convergence: The Future of Economic Growth in a Multispeed World by Nobel Prize winner Michael … Continue reading

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Books on Film

There’s a lot of buzz in the book world about several films with summer release dates.  They are based on novels that are well loved and so I thought I’d share in some of the excitement by writing about them! … Continue reading

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What’s in the Mail Today?

Today’s mailbag features two novels that were just released and two soon to be released books for my review. The first novel is 22 Britannia Road by Amanda Hodgkinson.  Set in England at the end of World War II, it … Continue reading

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Thursday Bookbag: Where in the World and WWII

I just love getting the mail on days like today!  The postman came to my door with a box of books.  My theme lately is “so many books, so little time.”  Isn’t that the truth?  I’m excited to read the … Continue reading

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Autobiography of Mark Twain

I have enough books on my plate, but I couldn’t resist starting Samuel Clemens’ newest, “Autobiography of Mark Twain.” A book that by his last will and testament was held 100-years after his death before publication.  I just finished the … Continue reading

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