Janet Evanovich - Ten Big Ones

Janet Evanovich - Ten Big Ones

Passion Lecture

Passion Lecture

Major Pettigrews Last Stand (Thorndike Press Large Print Reviewers Choice) by Helen Simonson. In the small village of Edgecombe St. Mary in the English countryside lives Major Ernest Pettigrew (retired), the unlikely hero of Helen Simonson's wondrous debut. Wry, courtly, opinionated, and completely endearing, the Major leads a quiet life valuing the proper things that Englishmen have lived by for generations: honor, duty, decorum, and a properly brewed cup of tea. But then his brother's...

Major Pettigrews Last Stand (Thorndike Press Large Print Reviewers Choice) by Helen Simonson. In the small village of Edgecombe St. Mary in the English countryside lives Major Ernest Pettigrew (retired), the unlikely hero of Helen Simonson's wondrous debut. Wry, courtly, opinionated, and completely endearing, the Major leads a quiet life valuing the proper things that Englishmen have lived by for generations: honor, duty, decorum, and a properly brewed cup of tea. But then his brother's...

“I’ve finally recognized my body for what it is: a personality-delivery system, designed expressly to carry my character from place to place, now and in the years to come. It’s like a car, and while I like a red convertible or even a Bentley as well as the next person, what I really need are four tires and an engine.”

“I’ve finally recognized my body for what it is: a personality-delivery system, designed expressly to carry my character from place to place, now and in the years to come. It’s like a car, and while I like a red convertible or even a Bentley as well as the next person, what I really need are four tires and an engine.”

Arthur Golden:  Memoirs of a Geisha.  "Adversity is like a strong wind. I don't mean just that it holds us back from places we might otherwise go. It also tears away from us all but the things that cannot be torn, so that afterward we see ourselves as we really are, and not merely as we might like to be."

Arthur Golden: Memoirs of a Geisha. "Adversity is like a strong wind. I don't mean just that it holds us back from places we might otherwise go. It also tears away from us all but the things that cannot be torn, so that afterward we see ourselves as we really are, and not merely as we might like to be."

Another great read. I love books about women in other cultures. It reminds me how greatful I am to be an American Woman.

Another great read. I love books about women in other cultures. It reminds me how greatful I am to be an American Woman.

The Impossible Is Possible: Doing What Others Say Can't Be Done by John Mason, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0764227408/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_B.YAqb0P4PXVV

The Impossible Is Possible: Doing What Others Say Can't Be Done by John Mason, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0764227408/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_B.YAqb0P4PXVV

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