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R.I.P.! ♡ ~ℛ

Harper Lee

The View from Lazy Point - A Natural Year in an Unnatural World by Carl Safino, MacArthur Fellow, Guggenheim Fellow, Pew Fellow, who shows us that nature and human dignity require each other and how we can save the world while savoring it. Powerful, poetic and above all, knowledgeable. Here is an interview with John McCaffrey. kgbbar.com/... #Ecology #Environmental_Studies #Marine_Science #Philosophy

The real Alice in Wonderland, c 1862 >> “Alice Liddell (1852–1934) inspired the children’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll."

I've found my 'niche'...

Cats love to read. Especially really really reaaally good romances. This cat just finished MONTANA WILDFIRE. Wow! He'd know it would be good—Rebecca Sinclair wrote it, after all—but it runed out to be... in a word it was... FANTABULOUS!! Plus it only cost *** 99¢! *** Soon he'll slink off to Amazon and scratch out a 5-star review. Yup, any minute now. Aaany secon— Oops, correction: first he'll purr hard & take one of those super short naps. Er, what do they call those again...?? ;)

Montana Wildfire by Rebecca Sinclair ~~ ONLY 99¢! ~~~ (On sale, for a limited time.) — "Great scenes, good descriptions, fun characters all make for an entertaining read." — Sudi A.

Did I already pin this book? If so, it was so good it deserves to be pinned twice, just like it deserves to be read. :) ~ℛ

One of my Top 5 Favorites, still, even though it's a bit out-of-date now, and there are a few plot holes. When the book is good, anything can be overlooked! ~ℛ

REAL men read romance novels. (ha!) ~ℛ

(Hey, I'm learning! ~ℛ)

☆ Excellent! If you haven't read it yet, do.

Another classic. ♡

Sorry, hubby, can't do the dishes right now. Didn't you look at the clock? It's time to read! :)

Willing, captive reader.

A classic.

Well said! ♡

I give them the death stare. — Teach me? I get interrupted like that ALL the time! ~ℛ

Another favorite. ~ℛ

Loved this one, although I never did get the chance to read the 2nd installment. Yet! ~ℛ

I read it. I liked it. But I just couldn't get into the rest of the series. ~ℛ

:) / :(

Lady Chatterley's Lover, by D.H. Lawrence. So controversial in its day. I remember reading it in high school and really enjoying it. The writing was intoxicating ... and the story, shall we say, definitely opened my oh, so sweet eyes to a few things! ~ℛ

Go the F*** to Sleep — The title alone makes this book worthwhile. lol! As a parent whose experienced her share of sleepless nights, I can definitely appreciate it. :) ~ℛ

The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo — Great kick-off to the "Millenium Trilogy" by Steig Larsson. The series was planned for 8, or possibly 10) books. At his death in Nov. of '94, he left approx ¾ of a 4th book on his computer, which is owned by his partner. She is in a well-publicized hot dispute with Larsson's family as to who has legal rights to his books. (Sad fact: Larsson died at the age of 50 without ever seeing the international success his work became.) ~ℛ