Monthly Archives: January 2015

A Retrospective Gem: The Boston Girl by Anita Diamant

My recent vacation to Boston was my reason to impulsively add The Boston Girl to my book pile, but the emotional impact of this historical novel was my incentive to tear through the pages. Addie’s voice is breezy, conversational and fluid. The end result is the … Continue reading

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Unlocking the Mystery of Longevity: What Makes Olga Run

We are a society obsessed with youthfulness and longevity. Hence the appeal of reading a book like Bruce Grierson’s What Makes Olga Run: The Mystery of the 90-Something Track Star and What She Can Teach Us About Living Longer, Happier … Continue reading

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Dating For Earthlings: Relationship Resources

Sick of reading books about dating and relationships that treat you like you’re from another planet? Tired of rubbing that “Law of Attraction” magic lamp and hoping that a love genie will pop out? Me too! So in advance of … Continue reading

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