Tag: memoir

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The Choice

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It’s a rare gift to read a book that changes your life. It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, you carry it with you. The Choice was written by Dr. Edith Eva Eger, a therapist, and Holocaust survivor. It’s a book that traces her path

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January is such a great month for reading. It’s too cold to go anywhere and gets dark out too soon, so the best solace is to curl up in bed with a good book. Here are a few of the books I read this month

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It’s the first month of the 2018 Reading Challenge and I can’t wait to get started! This month’s theme is to read a memoir. Here are a few memoirs I’ve read and loved, and a few that are on my to-be-read list. Share what you are reading

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Happy Winter Solstice! I’m one of those weirdos who actually likes winter. In fact, it’s my favorite season. I know, it’s strange. Or maybe YOU are all the weirdos for enjoying sweating in humidity. To each his own. Either way, today marks the longest night of

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Recently Read

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The summer is always a tricky season to find time for reading in between weekend trips and vacations but I’ve managed to read some really incredible books this summer and would like to share them with you! Here are just a few. The Bright Hour: A