What You Read is Who You Are

At the end of a four-day weekend, my granddaughter was bored. Dad still had work to do at his desk, but the generally cooperative child who can easily entertain herself was tired of writing and even tired of Legos. Luckily, I called as pre-arranged to read with her over the phone. We had started

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Few Degrees of Separation

Environmental issues timeless and without borders. Books and movies are useful in raising important questions. The answers are found in the heart.

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Borders Without Borders

Author Karen Dahood


This morning I heard that Borders bookstores are closing, all 399, putting 11,000 people out of work.

I’ve always liked the size of Borders, but for several years I have wondered why they don’t do more to liven up their retail environments. Why didn’t they fight back? The bigger

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New Page – Book Reviews



My gosh!  That’s the link to my latest review for bookpleasures.com and it will interest anyone thinking of publishing a book in this strange period of the industry’s reinvention.  The book is called ” A Self-Publisher’s Companion….” and it is by Joel Friedlander, a book designer, and a very nice

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