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Hi all: I am not a mother, but recently I have read two books that shine a pretty special light on motherhood. You might remember my review for Chouette, and this one, although totally different, I think will also stay with me for a long time. And it has a fantastic title as well. The
Hi all: Today I bring you a non-fiction title. It’s a fantastic and worrying read at the same time. I kept thinking of people who’d “enjoy” reading it (I’m not sure enjoy is quite the right term, but…). Hi, Debby, this is the book! Teagan, reading this book made me think of you as well.
Hi all: I don’t usually blog on Thursdays, but when I was invited to participate in this blog tour, I know you would not mind getting an extra post. And here it is: The Leavers: Winner of the PEN/Bellweather Prize for Fiction by Lisa Ko ‘A vivid fictional exploration of what it means to belong and
Hi all: Today another non-fiction book, and one very special. I was going to say that it might be more interesting for women but I don’t think that’s true… The Kingdom of Women: Life, Love and Death in China’s Hidden Mountains by Choo Wai Hong In a mist-shrouded valley on China’s invisible border with Tibet is a
Hi all: In the maelstrom of visits, book fairs, editing jobs, other jobs, reading and reviewing books, I was checking posts I’ve published elsewhere and was surprised to realise that I had forgotten to share here a post I published in Lit World Interviews about translations that had quite a few comments and I thought,