Monthly Archives: May 2015

Book Tag: A-Z

Hey look, it’s another book tag from Erika over at Erika the Bibliophile! She got it from The Perpetual Page-Turner, which is a great blog name. Author you’ve read the most books from: Clive Cussler. I’ve probably read about 50 … Continue reading

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Disney Song Book Tag

Erika over at Erika the Bibliophile tagged anyone who read her post to go ahead and do the tag. I read the post, so here’s my tag! 1.) Part of Your World: What book world would you change yourself for … Continue reading

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Booking Through Thursday for May 28

Over at Booking Through Thursday, Deb wants to know: What book would you love to see turned into a movie? (Yes, with the understanding that it would be everything you hoped it could be, doing justice to the story, the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Imagined London, a Tour of the World’s Greatest Fictional City, by Anna Quindlen

In 1995, Anna Quindlen made her first trip to London, England. The result is a short (my copy is 162p.) travelogue in which she rhapsodises about the many works of literature that feature London. At least, that’s the idea. What … Continue reading

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Blue Highways: A Journey into America, by William Least Heat Moon

In 1960, John Steinbeck took a road trip around the Continental US with his dog Charley, a trip that would later be published as Travels with Charley. This post is not about that book, though I do heartily recommend it … Continue reading

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One of those fun book tag sort of things.

Joey over at Thoughts and Afterthoughts posted this tag a few weeks ago. I wasn’t tagged, but I’m going to do it anyhow because it looked like fun and I really need something light to get me back into posting … Continue reading

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