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American Heiress, aka Books I’m not Reading Now

I tend to read in a feast/fast fashion. I find at times that I can read book after book after book, and at other times I simply cannot finish anything. For the past six weeks I was in one of … Continue reading

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Catching Fire Book Review

On February 11, 2011, I sneaked a peak at Wikipedia at work.  I gasped as soon as I pulled it up; the news section announced that Hosni Mubarak, the dictator in charge of Egypt, had been deposed by the military.  … Continue reading

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Open Autobiography Review

I started watching tennis in college.  I can’t even explain why.  Part of the reason was I was trying to understand how the game was played, so I would watch and see if I could figure out the rules.  Another … Continue reading

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Rafa Review

When I first saw the cover of Rafa, I didn’t like it.  After reading the book, I feel that the cover truly conveys the experience of reading the book.  Rafael Nadal stares sternly at the reader.  He isn’t wearing a … Continue reading

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