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Old 08-27-2017, 10:08 AM   #2841
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....... I am half way through the book....I left off on page 305....and it's not an easy read, for me, due to the way I read a book first.

When I read Big Little Lies, I made notes on the edge of the pages, noting interesting things which were not a part of the HBO series.

In Anna Karenina, it's a slow process because of interesting ideas I find that center on power, status, diction, rules of civility, rules concerning romantic overtures...etc.

Once I am done taking notes, first, then I begin again and read the story for the second time....bypassing all my notes because I've taken the time to study the intricate maneuvers between characters in the story....like a good chess game.



Ps/ I love both of the books I have been reading!
Lordy, that sounds like a lot of work to me.........
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Lordy, that sounds like a lot of work to me.........
I do it every single time I read a good book.

I did it with the Grisham book too, The Painted House and The Whistler .... and with Erik Larsson books, too. Nearly all books I do the same style of 'reading'..... notes first, then sail through it a second time for enjoyment.
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I'm listening to an audiobook by David Sedaris. Theft by Finding. I absolutely love him but this has been my least favorite. There was one diary entry he read that actually made me throw up a little.
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Reading a few at the moment, but two have really caught my attention and consumed my thoughts (and time):

* The Bitch is Back: Older, Wiser, and (Getting)Happier byCathi Hanauer

I first read the first book - The Bitch in the House back in 2004 and it really struck a chord and resonated for me. Most of the stories were raw, emotional, and poignant. Most were about things I'd thought or witnessed but never really discussed with friends (or anyone). I'm finding the same is true for the second book, and the return or updated stories from some of the essay writers feels like I'd never left off or the 15 years hasn't elapsed between readings.

* Think Like a Freak by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner

I have not read their first book(s) Freakonomics, but that doesn't seem necessary. Their methods aren't really new or revolutionary, but in today's world where we often seem to put critical thinking on the back burner to be mindlessly entertained by social media (yes, I get the irony that I'm posting about this on a social platform) it's a refreshing reminder that we are or can be better equipped mentally. I'm enjoying the anecdotes even though I'm not seeing how some of the methods apply to my daily life. It makes me think bigger than myself and that is enough.
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Reading a few at the moment, but two have really caught my attention and consumed my thoughts (and time):

* The Bitch is Back: Older, Wiser, and (Getting)Happier byCathi Hanauer

I first read the first book - The Bitch in the House back in 2004 and it really struck a chord and resonated for me. Most of the stories were raw, emotional, and poignant. Most were about things I'd thought or witnessed but never really discussed with friends (or anyone). I'm finding the same is true for the second book, and the return or updated stories from some of the essay writers feels like I'd never left off or the 15 years hasn't elapsed between readings.

* Think Like a Freak by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner

I have not read their first book(s) Freakonomics, but that doesn't seem necessary. Their methods aren't really new or revolutionary, but in today's world where we often seem to put critical thinking on the back burner to be mindlessly entertained by social media (yes, I get the irony that I'm posting about this on a social platform) it's a refreshing reminder that we are or can be better equipped mentally. I'm enjoying the anecdotes even though I'm not seeing how some of the methods apply to my daily life. It makes me think bigger than myself and that is enough.
o O.... .... SO good to see you here, Fancy!

I love it that you're reading Levitt & Dubnar! One of the guidelines to thinking like a freak is ...."Never, ever think that people will do something just because its the right thing...".(Levitt & Dubnar).

For anyone who isn't familiar with either author, here's a really good article from The Guardian about both of them, what they do, the ideas behind Freakonomics and other interesting ideas about their life work in helping others to fly their 'freak flag' !

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https://www.theguardian.com/books/20...-dubner-review
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I finished up with Anna Karenina, a few days ago. I liked it for reasons more purely from an academic pov, usefulness for integrating communication and sociology perspectives. Not quite sure I want to see the movie, tho.





But, I was gifted another book, which I received the other day.

The Help (Stockett, K., 2009).

I opened up the book to read last night and just finished reading it, moments ago, like I hadn't had any Apple Pie since last winter. I LOVED LOVED LOVED this novel!

Very gratifying.and satisfying.

I highly recommend reading it, if you haven't yet.

It's good.... so very very good.
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I finished up with Anna Karenina, a few days ago. I liked it for reasons more purely from an academic pov, usefulness for integrating communication and sociology perspectives. Not quite sure I want to see the movie, tho.





But, I was gifted another book, which I received the other day.

The Help (Stockett, K., 2009).

I opened up the book to read last night and just finished reading it, moments ago, like I hadn't had any Apple Pie since last winter. I LOVED LOVED LOVED this novel!

Very gratifying.and satisfying.

I highly recommend reading it, if you haven't yet.

It's good.... so very very good.
I am anxious to hear how you enjoy the movie Miss Katz. IMHO it stayed pretty true to the book
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I've just started Becoming Odyssa by Jennifer Pharr Davis.

It's the story of a girl who thru hikes the Appalachian Trail.

The author frequently does speaking engagements around Asheville, so she may live nearby.
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My sweet darling Santa sent books to me, this week.

I read the novel Girl with the pearl earring, which was a very interesting fictitious account of GriŽt, the young girl who was lent out as a maid to the family of painter Vermeer....very interesting way the author presents the girl with the pearl earring.

Today, I received two books I have never read....although I did see the movie Fried Green Tomatoes, I've never read the book it's based upon..... Fried Green Tomatoes At The Whistle Stop Cafe! And I do love whistling...

The third book is an recently authored lesbian romance novel, by AJ Adair, published by Desert Palm Press. Title is: Don't Forget (2017). This particular lesbian romance story takes place in the 1980s.... and the author wrote an especially poignant dedication to her partner and wife, before the story gets under way.

So excited to read both books!
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"After You"
by UK writer Jojo Moyes

while not my usual deep and dark reading, it offers a gentle
albeit a bit painful perspective on loss

on this my second reading of this story, am finding how far
I've come in my own forward movement through loss

passage has become tender.

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My sweet darling Santa sent books to me, this week.

I read the novel Girl with the pearl earring, which was a very interesting fictitious account of GriŽt, the young girl who was lent out as a maid to the family of painter Vermeer....very interesting way the author presents the girl with the pearl earring.

Today, I received two books I have never read....although I did see the movie Fried Green Tomatoes, I've never read the book it's based upon..... Fried Green Tomatoes At The Whistle Stop Cafe! And I do love whistling...

The third book is an recently authored lesbian romance novel, by AJ Adair, published by Desert Palm Press. Title is: Don't Forget (2017). This particular lesbian romance story takes place in the 1980s.... and the author wrote an especially poignant dedication to her partner and wife, before the story gets under way.

So excited to read both books!
WOW Santa is sending out gifts this early? You must be on the very good 'girl' list
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WOW Santa is sending out gifts this early? You must be on the very good 'girl' list
I loves Christmas (which can be any day, really), so it's important to me to on my best behavior (as humanly possible) ....

<<<<<~~ Likes it that I'm on Santa's GQQD GIRL list!
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SO.......I guess the ONLY way to get on this Santa's list is to behave......I'll be finding coal then again this year in my stocking.......
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SO.......I guess the ONLY way to get on this Santa's list is to behave......I'll be finding coal then again this year in my stocking.......
Well that's just not right! I'll be sure to write to Santa soon because YOu deserve the BEST Christmas any butch Boi could dream of..... ...... sometimes being "Bad" is nothing more than a sign of how GQQD you are. Thinks Santa ought to make sure you have the best Christmas E V E R.

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I seen Kobi's post about reading this book and thought it'd appeal to me too.



The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America
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The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America
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I would like to read that book, too. I have a feeling it would be a good reading companion for an organizational communication, sociology and business course in college (interdisciplinary).
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I realize this post was years ago but are you still doing this? It sounds so very interesting I must say.....
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