Books

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En Route

No walk for me today as I am en route to my (hopefully) last root canal appointment. I started reading a new book a couple of nights ago though, so it’s coming with me. Tonight will be a relaxing evening of pasta and curling up with my book while Eric’s at the studio.

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Learning New Words

You know, I have always been a voracious reader.  From the moment I learned to read, I found it to be something I craved and loved.  I remember getting into trouble with my mom for sneaking out of bed at night to read by my nightlight.  There have certainly been times in my life when [Read More]

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An Evening at Home

On Monday I had my first root canal. Not really a momentous first that I’d like to remember. Today, because of the painkillers I still had in my system, driving was a big no, so I worked from home. I’d managed to get my pain management down to OTC level, so working wasn’t too bad. [Read More]

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More Artful Readings

Time for more book reviews.  I am seriously shocked that I’ve finished three books so far this year, and it’s still January!  Of course, two of them were started last year, but still.   First up is The Forgery of Venus by Michael Gruber.  This was the selection for the Artful Readings book club I belong [Read More]

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Opposite Ends of the Spectrum

With the holidays and everything, I’m just now getting around to posting about the latest books I’ve finished.  One of my goals for this year is to finish up the books I’m in the middle of (there are about 5 or so).  It seems silly to just keep jumping from book to book without finishing [Read More]

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Have You Read These?

It’s been awhile since I’ve been so consumed by an author’s books, so I had to share. Late last year I took a chance and bought The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. I’d heard good things about it, but I had no idea that I’d get sucked in to it so quickly. I picked this [Read More]