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SheBooks ~ Out of Dublin by Ethel Rohan

I tend not to like short pieces because they leave me feeling unfulfilled and wanting more. However, when I learned about SheBooks this was the first title that caught my eye.  My Great-Great Grandparents came out of Ireland in the … Continue reading

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Hiroshima in the Morning by Rahna Reiko Rizzuto ~Review

From Goodreads: In June 2001 Rahna Reiko Rizzuto went to Hiroshima in search of a deeper understanding of her war-torn heritage. She planned to spend six months there, interviewing the few remaining survivors of the atomic bomb. A mother of … Continue reading

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The Bucolic Plague: From Drag Queen to Goat Farmer by Josh Kilmer-Purcell ~Review

ction  What happens when two New Yorkers (one an ex–drag queen) do the unthinkable: start over, have a herd of kids, and get a little dirty? The Bucolic Plague starts off with the most hilarious Authors Caution that I have … Continue reading

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Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting! By Robert Boich ~Review

Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting! “A Bridge from Addiction to Early recovery” By Robert Boich Let me preface this review by telling you this, my name is Gwen and I am an alcoholic. What makes that important for this … Continue reading

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Lit: A Memoir by Mary Karr

Lit: A Memoir by Mary Karr Mary Karr has proven my own personal idea that behind every alcoholic is a creative comedic genius just crying to get out. Lit is not only her story of getting sober, but of how … Continue reading

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