Tag Archives: nonfiction

Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin

Dear Fellow Reader, Happy New Year! Are you as amazed as I am that it could be a new year already? What happened? Do you make New Year’s resolutions? I do. No, I am not that great at keeping them. … Continue reading

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Evicted by Matthew Desmond

  Dear Fellow Reader, I am sure that I have told you before that one of the best parts of belonging to a book club is that I read books that I would not normally read. There have been several … Continue reading

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Dear America: Notes from an Undocumented Citizen by Jose Antonio Vargas

Dear Fellow Reader, Immigration is a huge issue in this country. There are those who have firm ideas on the issue and those who just might not understand the issue that well. (I feel that if those two groups were … Continue reading

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Lab Rats by Dan Lyons

Dear Fellow Reader, This week’s book is a bit different from my normal reading.  First of all, it is nonfiction, which while not completely out of my norm is still different.  It is also not biographical or history. The full … Continue reading

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Looking for a book to read?

So there are about a hundred other things I should be doing right now but I think that writing a post on this blog is the most important. Well, important to me at least. I have been thinking – which … Continue reading

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