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Are any of you using MyFitnessPal? Please consider friending me there, I could use the accountability help. Here’s the link to my profile: http://www.myfitnesspal.com/bwolsk1 My waist measurement isn’t in the healthy range. Though not, perhaps, to the level of John … Continue reading
Summer isn’t over, despite the fact that my supermarket just put out sequined Halloween flower vases. If you still have some long car trips planned, and especially if you have a tween daughter, you might want to read or listen … Continue reading
[If you're not sure what dystopian fiction is, or if you are a fan of the genre already, see my P.S. about it at the end of this article.] In honor of Support Teen Lit Day, which is today!!, the … Continue reading
In honor of Support Teen Lit Day this Thursday, the websites Readergirlz and Figment are sponsoring a book drop called Rock the Drop. So today and tomorrow, I’m supporting young adult lit by reviewing books that deserve more attention. The … Continue reading
I loved Poser: My Life in Twenty-three Yoga Poses by Claire Dederer. I want say that before I admit I didn’t begin to enjoy it until I reached the twenty-sixth page, when Dederer’s narrative voice grabbed me with one word. … Continue reading
Joy Fielding’s THE OTHER WOMAN and Trevanian’s THE SUMMER OF KATYA are forgotten jewels. I read these almost back-to-back, but didn’t realize that both books were published in the same year until I began writing this post. 1983 must have … Continue reading
BOOK REVIEW #3 If celebrity biographies are your guilty reading pleasure, you may be wondering if you should read Kitty Kelley’s Oprah: A Biography in light of today’s biggest tabloid story. A lost half-sister named Patricia turns out to be … Continue reading