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Yoga Mala The Original Teachings of Ashtanga Yoga Master Sri K. Pattabhi Jois The seminal treatise and guide to Ashtanga yoga by the master of this increasingly Iyengar Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Yoga Bewegungen, Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga Flow, Yoga Meditation, Kundalini Yoga, Beginner Yoga, Yoga For Beginners

I've been spending a lot of time on this one. It's pretty much the only thing I've been reading, for the past few months. I've also been doing a lot of yoga, lately. Oh, does it ever make you deliciously flexible. Apparently, it also releases the same endorphins as sex. No wonder I like it.

Yoga Mala The Original Teachings of Ashtanga Yoga Master Sri K. Pattabhi Jois The seminal treatise and guide to Ashtanga yoga by the master of this increasingly Iyengar Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Yoga Bewegungen, Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga Flow, Yoga Meditation, Kundalini Yoga, Beginner Yoga, Yoga For Beginners

I've been spending a lot of time on this one. It's pretty much the only thing I've been reading, for the past few months. I've also been doing a lot of yoga, lately. Oh, does it ever make you deliciously flexible. Apparently, it also releases the same endorphins as sex. No wonder I like it.

The title translates as "The Children of the Perpetrators: The Third Reich and the Generation Afterwards." "What did you do in the war, Dad?" was quite the conversation stopper, at home, after the war. The Third Reich, Wwii, Conversation, At Least, German, Dads, Language, America, This Or That Questions

The title translates as "The Children of the Perpetrators: The Third Reich and the Generation Afterwards." "What did you do in the war, Dad?" was quite the conversation stopper, at home, after the war.

Tales of the Barbarians: Ethnography and Empire in the Roman West The Centurions, Book Study, Barbarian, Free Ebooks, Archaeology, Civilization, Professor, How To Find Out, Empire

History is a lovely pass time, in the lazy, hazy days of summer. Admittedly, it looks a little out of place, next to Daniele Steele, at the beach, but I'm ok with that.

Bach: Music In The Castle Of Heaven by Sir John Eliot Gardiner article @ All About Jazz New Books, Good Books, Books To Read, All About Jazz, Best Kindle, Thing 1, Sebastian Bach, Humor, Book Authors

The only problem with doing any biography of J.S. Bach is that, for all his extensive correspondence, he never says much. Pretty much it's all about when he'll have his work in by and when he expects the check to be with his agent. What Gardner does do a brilliant job of in this book though is give us a sense of the world around him and the milieu that made him. This is as good a biography of Bach as we're ever going to get, and nobody could ask for one more extensively researched.

The Lady in Gold: The Extraordinary Tale of Gustav Klimt's Masterpiece, Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer The true story that inspired the movie Woman in Gold starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds. Gustav Klimt, Klimt Art, Woman In Gold, Gold Book, Baumgarten, Thing 1, Adele, Art History, History Books

Good but in need of a little more editing (or at least slightly better organization). The best way I can describe it is in titles: Part 1: Madmen, Part 2: Gremlins, Part 3: About the last thirty minutes of Shawshank Redemption.

I started this, yesterday, over my morning coffee. Guess what I'll be doing this summer. Morning Coffee, Reading, Words, Summer, Summer Time, Word Reading, Summer Recipes, Reading Books, Horse

I started this, yesterday, over my morning coffee. Guess what I'll be doing this summer...

Read Online Learning to Look: A Handbook for the Visual Arts (Phoenix Books), Author Joshua C. Owl Books, History Teachers, I Love Books, Student Learning, Book Nerd, Figurative Art, Art History, Visual Arts, That Look

This isn't a read, so much as a reread. I probably trot this book out, about once a year, every year since college. Each time, I get something more. If you want to understand the fine art of understanding visual art, this is the place to go.

Down and Out in Paris and London - George Orwell. Orwell bought ragged clothes from a second-hand store and went to live among the very poor in London. After reemerging, he published a book about this experience, entitled Down and Out in Paris and London. Good Books, Books To Read, Visit France, George Orwell, France Travel, Book Lists, Memoirs, Reading, Nonfiction

If black belts were given out for mastery of the English language, Orwell would have one in the tenth degree. You’ll find I read a lot of him because his prose are simply beautiful. Furthermore, I’m told the kitchen scenes are quite accurate. If you ever want to know what really happens in a restaurant kitchen, read on. Here's the caveat: you might not want to know.

Stieg Larsson / Män som hatar kvinnor (The girl who played with fire) - Thriller, Stieg Larsson, Best Titles, Love Deeply, World Of Books, Film Music Books, Got Books, The Girl Who, Love Book

In English we just call this one "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo." I have to admit that's a better title, but the book translates much better into German, being closer to the original Swedish.

Best Women's Erotica Book 2014 - From sparks between strangers to the knowing caresses of long time lovers, Best Women's Erotica 2014 delivers risky, romantic stories for your reading pleasure. Book Authors, Erotica, Amazing Women, Literature, Fiction, Ebooks, Romantic, Reading, Lovers

It was a little heavy on the S/m, but is that really such a bad thing?

Archives of Authority: Empire, Culture, and the Cold War (Translation/Transnation Book Anti Communism, University Of Wisconsin, Princeton University, Critical Period, Richard Wright, World Literature, Political Science, Cold War, Thought Provoking

My inner History nerd comes forth, again. If you want to know how we all wound up reading Animal Farm in middle school (and you know you did), look inside.

The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine By : Michael Lewis Book Excerpt : From the author of The Blind Side and Moneyball, The Big Shor. Wall Street, Malcolm Gladwell, Bond, New York Times, Ny Times, Doomsday Machine, Good Books, Books To Read, Books

I can’t decide if this is a tragedy or a comedy of errors. Where’s Aristotle when you need him?

Mark Mazower's Dark Continent: fabulous history of Europe's "difficult" century. European History, World History, Used Books, Books To Read, Inevitable, Vintage Books, Continents, Book Worms, The Twenties

A little bit of lite and cheery reading! Well, at least the second half gets significantly happier.