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Thirteen Ways Of Looking by Colum McCann:Book Review

Disclaimer: I was sent this Kindle Book from the publisher(Random House) through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. The book will be on shelves Oct 13 2015 This book consists of one novella and three short stories. McCann … Continue reading

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Passage Reflections Theme

In keeping with the theme of this blog I am planning on posting twice a month personal reflections on favorite book passages,quotes, lines from poems,and lines from songs. My first posting is today 9/27/2015

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I’ve Become My Parents

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “I’ve Become My Parents.” Nope! No way! Wish it were so but sadly it isn’t.My parents died over 20 years ago,within three months of each other. When they died they took all their … Continue reading

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The Guest Room by Chris Bohjalian:Book review

Disclaimer: I was sent this Kindle book from the publisher in exchange for a review. What begins out as a bachelor party which is held at the expensive home of Richard Chapman,brother of the groom, turns into a nightmare. The … Continue reading

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Playing with Book Titles

Whistling Past the Graveyard: Will someone whistle back? Mr Penumbra’s 24 hour Bookstore: Just who is Mr Penumbra? Could he be a conundrum? Maureen Goes To Venice: I know my sister Maureen has never been to Venice but I have … Continue reading

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Daily task Day 9 Blogging 101

 https://wordpress.com/read/post/id/97138816/65 Hoping I did this right. The link above will take you to the original post on Thoughts From a Travel Nurse and right below is my comment from yesterday

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Covered Bridges

What is it about covered bridges that attracts us all? Is it the idea of simpler times when horse drawn buggies were ridden? Or is is the craftsmanship (a dying art)of the American workman? I have visited and taken more … Continue reading

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