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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Several of us have discovered and loved the books by A.J. Jacobs. As Stephannie put it – Jacobs is a guy that’s willing to do anything for a laugh and to truly learn about his subjects! If you’re looking for a giggle while … Continue reading
Sara Paretsky’s new V. I. Warshawski mystery, Breakdown, definitely doesn’t let us down. Vic’s cousin asks her to check on a group of tween girls who think they can shapeshift if they meet at midnight in a cemetery, while there the … Continue reading
The Hunter is the latest mystery by John Lescroart and with it he continues the life of Wyatt Hunt. Wyatt was adopted and doesn’t know who his biological parents were. He was brought up in a wonderful family and has managed to become … Continue reading
In honor of President’s Day, we thought it’s the perfect time to take a look at a couple of Presidential book & film trends we’ve noticed. Next up: John. F Kennedy. As you may have noticed, there have been a … Continue reading
In honor of President’s Day, we thought it’s the perfect time to take a look at a couple of Presidential book & film trends we’ve noticed. First up…Abraham Lincoln. Two films are in production about the 16th President, based on … Continue reading
Update: Season 3 is here! I What are some of the books you read while you waited? What do you think of the newest episode? Tell us in the comments! As you prepare for the end of Downton Abbey Season 2, … Continue reading
Of the nine films nominated for Best Picture at the 2012 Acadamy Awards, six are based on books! Entertainment Weekly is “Reading the Oscars” and comparing the films to the books they’re based on. Want to start your own “Read the … Continue reading
The Rope by Nevada Barr is a real thriller. For anyone who has been reading her books about law enforcement park rangers over the years, this one will be a new experience. In The Rope, she takes us back to Anna … Continue reading
The Internet is abuzz with much celebration for the bicentenary day of one Mr. Charles Dickens. Perhaps this is the year for your book club to read one of Mr. Dickens classic novels and even watch one of the many … Continue reading