Monthly Archives: August 2010

First Day of Classes Recap + Awesome New Business French Program

Just because.  My twin sister is across the Atlantic in France and phone calls are mad expensive.  And I need to share my day with someone, so blog world, it is you. Yesterday began semester 1 of senior year at … Continue reading

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Weekend Reads

Back when I first turned my “Life in France” blog into a book blog, I used to do a weekly feature I called Weekend Reads, where I basically talk about what I’ve read that week, what I’m planning on reading … Continue reading

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Book Blogger Hop

So I wanted to post this hop yesterday but Blogger was giving me issues and I could not for the life of me get anything typed and posted 😦  So here it is today! The Book Blogger Hop is a … Continue reading

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The Reading List Controversy

Yesterday morning I was sitting down with my morning cup of coffee when an article in The Buffalo News caught my eye.  It was titled “Reading List Limbo” and I was compelled to check it out.  The article (I’ve posted the … Continue reading

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French Reads Wishlisting + Other Frenchness

As Fall draws near, I’m starting to get my wishlist of French books sorted out. When I was in France last year, I promised myself that to always stay up to date on my French and keep practicing the language, … Continue reading

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A Knitting Challenge: 6 Socks in September!

Yes call me a little crazy. But I’m doing it! As some of you may know, as well as being an avid reader, I also spend a lot of time knitting. Socks are just about my most favorite thing to … Continue reading

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Review: House Made of Dawn by N. Scott Momaday

How can you not love a book that starts with this passage:“Dypaloh.  There was a house made of dawn.  It was made of pollen and of rain, and the land was very old and everlasting.  There were many colors on … Continue reading

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