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Book 38

Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage. by Rob Delaney. That’s how you write a motherfucking memoir.  Take notes, Amy Poehler and Neil Patrick Harris. Delaney writes honestly about his life, including the bad stuff he’s done.  We … Continue reading

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Book 37

Dark Places by Gillian Flynn. So I’ve read all three of her books so far, and I think that Gone Girl is actually my least favorite of the bunch.  But they were all pretty engaging, fun reads.  They were thrillers … Continue reading

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Book 36

Yes, Please by Amy Poehler. This book may be benefiting from low expectations on my part.  When it came out, I heard and read lots of reviews that said they were disappointed; they had expected more.  It was compared unfavorably … Continue reading

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Book 35

Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris. This one is actually way out of order.  I read it ages ago, but apparently never wrote it up.  I’m mildly interested in having a record of what I’ve read this sabbatical year (who knows why), … Continue reading

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Book 34

Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me (And other concerns) by Mindy Kaling. I know that my summary of The Interestings made it sound like I might swear off memoirs.  But this was already on my wish list, so there it … Continue reading

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Book 33

The Interestings by Meg Wolitzer. It’s been a long time since I blogged, and a long time since I read this book.  I loved loved loved it.  It was everything I want the memoirs I’ve been reading (and not enjoying … Continue reading

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Book 32

Faithful Place by Tana French. I already wrote about the other Tana French book I read this year, The Likeness.  This is the third in the “Dublin Murder Squad” series.  The series is cool in that each of the books … Continue reading

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