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Category Archives: Reading
Last month I declared that contemporary YA lit killed courtship and announced my planned deconstruction of a contemporary YA title. Now that the book has been officially released, I feel comfortable naming it. The book in question (as if you … Continue reading
My friend Ana has been working on a series of deconstruction posts at the center of which is Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. Basically, Ana goes through the book with a fine-toothed comb and offers insights during her reading. (Read it … Continue reading
While chatting with a friend the other day, the topic of how we read came up. Something she said made me think of how I read and made me curious how other people read. (Mainly so I know I’m not … Continue reading
This post will stay at the top of the page until Dewey’s 24 Hr. Read-a-Thon is finished. It’s where I’ll periodically update on my progress and other musings. (I tweaked this page because it suddenly made more sense to add … Continue reading
Tomorrow is Dewey’s 24 Hr Read-a-Thon time. I will be participating this year…by reading and hosting a couple mini-challenges. I’ve already stocked up on my reading supplies: Cherry Coke Zero? Check. Microwave burritos? Check. Lots and lots o’ books? Check. … Continue reading
Once upon a time, I tinkered with the notion of purchasing a Kindle, or more seriously, a NOOKcolor, however, never acted on the notion. But one day while passing my local Borders store I saw a giant banner that said: … Continue reading