Monthly Archives: August 2013

  1. Seymour-Smith, Martin. THE 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL BOOKS EVER WRITTEN

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    August 31, 2013 by ethelfritha

      Uhhh. OK, I feel like I’ve been really down on the books I’ve read lately, but seriously. I mean. …
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  2. Nelson, Sara. SO MANY BOOKS SO LITTLE TIME

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    August 31, 2013 by ethelfritha

    This was like a breath of fresh air compared to the last book of its kind that I read. Nelson …
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  3. Schwartz, Ronald B. FOR THE LOVE OF BOOKS

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    August 31, 2013 by ethelfritha

    AUUUUUUGH THE NAVEL-GAZING

  4. Corrigan, Maureen. LEAVE ME ALONE, I’M READING

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    August 30, 2013 by ethelfritha

    Maureen Corrigan is the resident book reviewer for NPR’s Fresh Air. She is a lecturer for Georgetown. She has her …
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  5. Fox, Roxanne, and Johannessen, Joy. THE BOOK THAT CHANGED MY LIFE

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    August 30, 2013 by ethelfritha

        So next we come to the subgenre “books about books.” This is very exciting, because I do dearly …
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  6. Sagan, Carl. THE DEMON-HAUNTED WORLD

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    August 29, 2013 by ethelfritha

    I had never heard of Carl Sagan before I started reading this book; BtH remembered him as the one who …
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  7. Ward, Mark. BEYOND CHAOS

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    August 29, 2013 by ethelfritha

    After the con-men subgenre comes a short “theory of everything” subgenre. This is more up BtH’s alley. I’m not a …
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