A Month in Books: July

I haven't had time to read much in the hectic months of June and July, but finally the dust has settled and I can start to get back into it.  I did manage to knock a few down, including some favorites from my childhood and some totally out of my usual genre. Hillbilly Elegy by... Continue Reading →

A Month in Books: May

A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki A Hello Kitty lunch box washes up on the beach of a sleepy little town in British Colombia and is picked up by a woman named Ruth.  Inside she finds the diary of a 16 year old Japanese girl named Nao who writes about her intention... Continue Reading →

A Month in Books: April

The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga I love traveling but I think I love being an armchair traveler through books even more.  This book took me on a journey into the "Darkness", which is anywhere in India where millions of people exist in poverty.  The story is told from the point of view of a... Continue Reading →

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