Monthly Archives: June 2011

June 29, 2011: The Discriminating Reader’s New BFF

PAGES READ: 60 YEAR TO DATE: 5,775 CURRENTLY READING: Life by Keith Richards and The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd BOOKS COMPLETED: 15 -3,225 PAGES Just launched last week, Byliner is equal parts Vanity Fair, The┬áNew Yorker, … Continue reading

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June 28, 2011: This Narrative Stops For Nothing (Time Sensitive)

PAGES READ Thursday to Tuesday: 179 YEAR TO DATE: 5,715 CURRENTLY READING: Life by Keith Richards and The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd BOOKS COMPLETED: 15 -3,235 PAGES Many thanks to Claire Cameron for directing my attention … Continue reading

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June 22, 2011: The Secret to Successful Book Reviews

PAGES READ Thursday to Wednesday: 87 YEAR TO DATE: 5,536 CURRENTLY READING: Life by Keith Richards and The Comfort of Strangers by Ian McEwan BOOKS COMPLETED: 14 -3,114 PAGES So it seems that nearly everyone except me is willing to … Continue reading

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June 15, 2011: When The Unthinkable Happens

PAGES READ Tuesday to Wednesday (9 days): 80 YEAR TO DATE: 5,449 CURRENTLY READING: The Finkler Question by Howard Jacobson BOOKS COMPLETED: 13 -2,851 PAGES The other day I found myself at the dentist’s office without a book. The details … Continue reading

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A Visit From the Goon Squad: A Twitter Review

Courtesy of @clairecameron: Many are turned off by ch 3 and stop reading. Keep reading, I urge, as the structure pays off. And for the power point slides.

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June 6, 2011: Stealing A Moment

PAGES READ on Wednesday to Monday: 241 YEAR TO DATE: 5,369 CURRENTLY READING: The Finkler Question by Howard Jacobson BOOKS COMPLETED: 13 -2,481 PAGES I’ve been asked many times this year when I find the time to read. It’s a … Continue reading

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