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Posted on 15 Feb 2017 In: Reading

Meredith Schorr Re-Release: A State of Jane

Today, in celebration of the re-release of Meredith Schorr’s books, I’m pleased to share A State of Jane. You can read my review and see links to get the book yourself at the bottom of this post. Enjoy! Meet Jane Frank. It’s been a year since her last (and only) long term relationship, and with […]

Posted on 10 Jan 2017 In: Reading

Hidden Figures

It’s another collaboration with Stephen Brown  of Silver Screen Capture. I read the book, we both saw the movie. I’m reviewing the book, he’s reviewing the film, and we both answered a few questions. If you haven’t heard of Hidden Figures yet, you will. The film is getting tons of buzz- more than the book […]

Posted on 2 Jan 2017 In: Reading

On Hitler’s Mountain

On Hitler’s Mountain: Overcoming the Legacy of a Nazi Childhood is my first completed read of 2017. In Irmgard Hunt’s memoir, she recounts growing up under Hitler. She tries to understand how ordinary German people succumbed to Nazi rule, and understand the legacy of the Third Reich so that it never happens again. As I […]

Posted on 27 Dec 2016 In: Reading

Everyone Loves You Back

Did you ever listen to Click and Clack, of NPR’s Car Talk? Then Everyone Loves You Back has an immediate hook for you. Author Louie Cronin was a producer for Car Talk. And this is her debut novel. From the Amazon summary: Sex. Wine. Jazz. Existential dread. Meet Bob, a sarcastic radio technician who has […]

Posted on 20 Dec 2016 In: Reading

Promise Not To Tell

In keeping with my recent trend of pure escapism reading, I picked up Jennifer McMahon’s Promise Not to Tell at the airport the other day. Synopsis (from the publisher) Forty-one-year-old school nurse Kate Cypher has returned home to rural Vermont to care for her mother, who’s afflicted with Alzheimer’s. On the night she arrives, a […]