Posts tagged "Kindle"
I am really trying to read more. Tis the season. Steve’s mantra, Reading is for Losers circulates in the air every time I sit with the Kindle in my lap, however. How can I capitulate and get engrossed in the Steve wonderland of sports? I must put my nose in a book- or upon my Kindle!... Read more »
I was an 80’s mom- all three of my sons arrived during this decade. I reconfigured my teacher/lawyer dreams when I realized that staying home would provide a needed anchor for my sons. I was fortunate to dive in to the daily demands of motherhood without having to juggle the two jobs. I am too... Read more »
Our Book Club, the Bookbags, met on Tuesday to discuss a fine novel by Kathryn Stockett, The Help. She was rejected 45 times after she submitted her manuscript, but #46 worked like a charm. The book gives a voice to a group of Mississippi maids, laboring for Junior League-ish women of the early 60’s. I was a little... Read more »
I have been remiss in posting; it has been a big week-a roller coaster week. I had a birthday Monday, with Rachel had a birthday on Thursday, and we had planned a family fest at Carnivale for Thursday night. I have always wanted to eat there, and it did not disappoint. The food was beautiful... Read more »
I may be more of a stranger at my bookstore. I am a Kindle Girl! I have lusted for an electronic reader for a long time. I love books, love to read, and I cling to every book I love as if it is an orphan child. I want to place them in good... Read more »
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