I never thought I'd be a late bloomer. Growing up I always had great plans for my future. From movie star aspirations (not actress, mind you, movie star) as a little girl, to goals of being a great litigator as a young woman, I always thought I'd be able to answer the question "What do you do?" … Continue reading On Being a Late Bloomer
If you haven't visited Book Bound on Saratoga.com you might just be missing your next great read. Monthly on Book Bound you'll find the Novel Book Club where each month a new good novel will come your way. Discussion questions are posted and your comments are not only welcome, they are encouraged! Here are the … Continue reading More from the Novel Book Club…
Today is the first meeting of the Novel Book Club, a virtual book club hosted on Book Bound at Saratoga.com. To kick off the year the January 2013 selection is A Novel Bookstore by Laurence Cosse'. It's a book that celebrates books, literature, reading, writing, and the creation of the "perfect" bookstore. Click here to read the … Continue reading A Novel Book Club on Book Bound
For the love of a horse...and a woman. Falling for Eli by Nancy Shulins is a must-read for anyone who has ever had a horse in the family. Read the review here on Book Bound: Saratoga!
Get out and Play!
While most people we encounter marvel at Bright’s impeccable behavior and good looks (hehe), every once in awhile, someone decides she needs pity: “Oh, that poor dog always has to work. I bet she wishes she could play sometimes.”
Let me start with this: Of course she gets to play! Come on!
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Drowning in a Sea of Our Own Making - Book Bound Saratoga: A Book Lover's Guide to Reading in Saratoga. Follow the link above for a review of one of my favorite novels, The Drowning People by Richard Mason (author of the recently released History of a Pleasure Seeker).