Travel to Bhutan

You may remember Bhutan as the country that prides itself on being more concerned with its citizens’ Gross National Happiness than the GDP, a country that did […]

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Vacation at the Airport

Posting about an author who spends a week at an airport may scare people away after all the airport shutdowns and plane cancellations of the past week. But, […]

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Literary Smorgasbord for One

In an unusual take on the culinary memoir, this collection of food essays offers a different viewpoint from the many culinary books and food histories on the shelves these […]

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Think For Yourself!

September 25 – October 2 is officially Banned Books week 2010. Each year new books are challenged and/or banned across the country for reasons such […]

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From New York to a Harem

One might assume that Some Girls: My Life in a Harem by Jillian Lauren would be filled with descriptions of unbridled sex and promiscuity. While those […]

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