Category Archives: read

  “With memory, with the reflection of an echo, a gate opens both ways. We can circle time. A paragraph or an episode from another era ail us in the night, as the words of a stranger can. The awareness of a flag fluttering noisily within its color brings me into a sudden blizzard in […]

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  The thing about being under the weather when you’re never under the weather is that it affords one a certain amount of time in bed to read. Of course said time was made possible by the three older kidlets who entertained the Wee Lass in royal fashion and kept a steady supply of tea […]

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  Yes, it is clear to me other people are affected by the decisions I make, but in the end it is my life, the only one I’ll ever have. I’ve made promises I cannot keep. So I sit and wonder, to what am I entitled? Do I deserve this new life I’ve slipped into? […]

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  “Wasn’t that the point of life? To find someone to share it with? And if you got that part right, how far wrong could you go? If you were standing next to the person you loved more than everything else, wasn’t everything else just scenery?” ― Rainbow Rowell, Landline   I bought Landline based […]

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  I received a copy of The Fever for review and it came the same day I’d read this listing it as a contender for book of the summer 2014. The Fever is the story of a close-knit family living in an idyllic suburban community. Loosely inspired by the mass hysteria story reported in LeRoy, […]

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