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photo 2019-02-22 03:34
Nora Krug’s Belonging: A German Reckons with History and Home

31 Books in 30 Days: Kate Tuttle on Nora Krug

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review 2016-11-08 16:21
Yes Please - Amy Poehler

I fell in Love with Leslie Knope character from Parks and Recreations and this book is just as good! 



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review 2016-08-15 18:22
The ladies in person.
Kicking & Dreaming: A Story of Heart, Soul, and Rock & Roll - 'Ann Wilson', 'Nancy Wilson', 'Charles R. Cross'

Fuzzy picture because they weren't allowed to pose :(


I was so excited as they walked in that I didn't even realize I had started crying until I felt something cold on my cheek and when I went to feel it, I realized tears were streaming down my face.


Link to my review

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photo 2016-04-10 02:19
Stan Lee!
Amazing Fantastic Incredible: A Marvelous Memoir - Peter David,Stan Lee,Colleen Doran

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is this weekend. Of course, this is the 3rd or 4th time it has rained this year (our MONSTER El Niño, haha).


We have been planning to go since last year. But I kept a little secret from my 7th grader until this morning. That secret was Stan Lee, at 11am, on the main stage. Free, no tickets required.


And we got there in time to get good standing spots, in spite of the fact that hubby cannot get anywhere on time and dawdles constantly. And the mics worked! We could see and hear!


We did not get an autographed copy of his graphic memoir, just a plain one. We would have had to be truly early--and I am pretty sure that the folks who got their copies signed did not get hear him speak. And he was great. It was an interview format, and he was funny. Kid is happy, that interview made his day. He loves Marvel.



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photo 2014-11-08 19:24
Lesbian Crushes in France: A Diary on Screwing Up my Year Abroad

In 1990 twenty-year-old Natasha finds herself in France on her university year abroad. She is ANGRY. Everyone should be a lesbian, or she will punish them for their oversight (particularly her bemused fellow English assistant friend, Ange).


The frites and the pâtisseries are not helping Natasha recover from her bulimia. And the door-to-door Mormon missionaries are bedevilling her reluctant search for God.

Natasha does not respond well to the frosty demands of the headmaster of the school where she is teaching.


She passes her time befriending a pair of thieving drop-outs on the run from the law, skinning up grilled banana skins, dodging flashers, and hitch-hiking around Europe.

Source: www.lesbiancrushdiaries.com/lesbian-crushes-in-france-diary
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