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A marketing campaign in America uniting independent bookstores under one roof via the wonderful technology of the internet. Their weekly list is based on in-store sales from hundreds of independent bookstores across America and is updated weekly on...
Books at the Oscars
I love movies. I love books. I love books made into movies. The Academy Awards combines two things I love most into one event.
I Stand Here Ironing - A Review
Ever read Tillie Olsen's I Stand Here Ironing? It's a short story about a woman who narrates the history and current state of relationship with her daughter Emily. Read my review on this strangely compelling, short read.
Los Angeles Times
The top five books in the Los Angeles Times Best Sellers can be seen from the main Books & Talks page. You can click on it to see a full top ten list with author and the briefest of book descriptions. This is one of the features I like...
Memory Game - 19th Century Books
How good is your memory? Match up the matching 19th century novels in the shortest amount of time.
SF Gate is an online variant of The San Francisco Chronicle. It is considered the number one newspaper site in California. This online magazine is owned by Hearst Newspapers and boasts having "8.1 million unique visitors per month".
Audio books offer are a great addition to our multi-tasking society. They are most often used while commuting, travelling, exercising, gardening or while doing another repetitive task (hopefully not involving sharp machinery). And some people just
The Adventures of Flash Jackson Review
Who is Flash Jackson? Flash is the alter ego of 16 year old Haley Bombauer, a tomboy in search of her authentic self. The self she learns was there all along. With Flash Jackson around she doesn´t have to face her fears or come to terms
The Year the Gypsies Came Review
The Iris family lives in Johannesburg, Africa. Where you can "fall asleep with the faint roar of a lion or the laugh of a hyena coming across the lake." Their story takes place in the Spring of 1966 and is described through the eyes of the youngest member, twelve-year-old
Under the Net Review
James Donaghue (Jake) is a struggling British writer and book translator living in London with a girl named Magdalen (Madge), a typist and model. She kicks him out in an attempt to get him to commit. In the mean time she hooks up with a
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You often hear of the ties binding women. Water Wings, through the help of one family explores what separates them. Their unique differences and the secrets not shared. Water Wings reads like a slow swim on a calm Sunday morning.
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