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Recent Reads: Amazing Fiction and Saintly Brilliance

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I miss my reading binges, but with a holiday weekend ahead, I have hope. (It’s pretty much unfounded hope, mind you. I still have an infant and tons of things to catch up on.) Lately, the reading I’ve been doing has been for endorsement (the blurby...
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Recent Book Club Reads

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After years of waiting and wishing for someone to start a book club near me, I decided, sometime last summer, that the task was mine. So I sent an email, inviting a few friends to join me for a discussion of one of my favorite...
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The Fairy Tale Novels Make Great Summer Reading

I’ve started re-reading the Fairy Tale novels recently and thought I’d repost some thoughts I shared back on December 4, 2009. You should read these books if you haven’t already! Late this summer, our library system in Ohio had some major budget cuts.  It wasn’t...
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Recent Reads: Books I Loved & One Not So Much

In Defense of Sanity: The Best Essays of G.K. Chesterton I’ve been meaning to read more Chesterton, and wow, is this ever a great way to do that! It’s a collection of 67 essays, ranging from the highly hilarious to the deeply thoughtful. It’s a...
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Great Reading No Matter Your Age

Meet Anna Mei, a New Friend of Mine Anna Mei: Cartoon Girl, by Carol A. Grund, is middle grade/intermediate novel that introduced me to a world that felt familiar, but distant. Remember late grade school? I do. I have a LOT of memories of those...
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