Monthly Archives: November 2011

You are Not so Smart

You are Not so Smart:  Why You Have Too Many Friends on Facebook, Why Your Memory is Mostly Fiction, and 46 Other Ways You’re Deluding Yourself by David McRaney´╗┐ Published:  2011 by Gotham Books Source:  Received from the Publisher for … Continue reading

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My Bookworm Santa Wishlist

Well, Halloween is over, and here in the US Thanksgiving is still two weeks away, but the stores are already full of Christmas merchandise.  I admit, I have been listening to a little bit of Christmas music (I have a … Continue reading

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2012 Back to the Classics Challenge

  I was not successful in completing the 2011 Back to the Classics Challenge, but I am ready to take on the 2012 Challenge, once again hosted by Sarah Reads Too Much.  I was new to the whole challenge thing … Continue reading

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2012 Back to the Classics Challenge

  I was not successful in completing the 2011 Back to the Classics Challenge, but I am ready to take on the 2012 Challenge, once again hosted by Sarah Reads Too Much.  I was new to the whole challenge thing … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday — Books Evoking Strong Emotions

The meme Top Ten Tuesday is hosted over at The Broke and the Bookish´╗┐.    I haven’t participated in this meme in a while but this week’s topic — Ten Books that caused a strong emotional reaction — got me … Continue reading

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November’s Reading List

  Well after a fairly slow start to October I did manage to finish the month with a better sense of accomplishment.  I still don’t think I read as many books as I normally do in a month, but I … Continue reading

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