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reviewed Coraline (novel). June 14, 2010
Coraline (novel)
Click here to read the book quotes.      Click here to read the Quick Tip.      "Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, …

The Nominees

reviewed No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change H.... October 06, 2010
No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think
I worked for Gloria Feldt for a few years back in the 90s and always believed that if there was one woman who didn't have a problem embracing power it was Gloria. She faced off Henry Hyde in the House …
reviewed Have a Little Faith: A True Story. March 28, 2010
Have a Little Faith: A True Story [Deckle Edge]
I may be the only person in America who hadn't yet read Mitch Albom. If so, he has officially saturated the market as I just finished Have a Little Faith.       Albom writes poignantly …
reviewed A Taste for Absinthe: 65 Recipes for .... August 27, 2010
A Taste For Absinthe
I am not a big fan of the taste of licorice and anise, but after creating several recipes using Lucid absinthe, I have to say I like it. In college I occasionally choked down Jägermeister, but Absinthe …
reviewed The New Irish Table: 70 Contemporary .... December 26, 2010
The New Irish Table: 70 Contemporary Recipes
   The New Irish Table is a treasure of a book featuring gorgeous photos of Ireland taken by Ms. Johnson and 70 recipes from Irish hoteliers, country house chefs and others, both in Ireland …
reviewed Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?. January 18, 2010
Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?
You are a genius. That start to Seth Godin's new book got my attention. If this guy knows how smart I am, then I definitely want to listen to him.      Godin proposes that we must …
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
I titled my review of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Book 4) "Harry Potter grows up" because J. K. Rowling had done a masterful job of bringing Harry from a little boy to a strong young man over …
reviewed Ennui to Go: The Art of Boredom. November 01, 2010
Ennui to Go: The Art of Boredom
I found this to be a surprisingly meaningful and entertaining look at what is arguably the most boring topic of them all: boredom itself. I've read many collections of trivia and notable quotations, …
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