Jacob's Courage: A Holocaust Love Story video book trailer.
The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen
This best selling novel by American author Jonathan Franzen examines the inner lives of a fractured family of five.
Book Reviews, fiction updates, and musings on the greatest Book of all--the Bible
Claire On Books
Book reviews and discussions
My Writing Blog
I have a listing of my work, links to other authors and writing sites, and a bit of humor...content added daily...come join me :)
The Book Ends Reviews One Book Ends - Another Begins
I've always loved reading books, so my favorite reading apparatus these days is the Kindle Touch, i Pad, and B&N nook. I will never give up the real thing because I do like holding the books as I read but for traveling, driving, waiting at appointments, I will always use one of my electronic friends.
I'm always on the lookout for that new and exciting read on a daily basis so when ever I see something on sale that's a good value I'm there to snatch it up.
I really want to get my books organized so that I can keep track of them all, so I've found a few apps for the iPad that I just love. The app I like the most is pocketpedia3, this app works with the bookpedia app on my Mac and all I have to do is sync the two and I never have to worry about buying duplicates again.
Another great reference is Read, Remember, and Recommend. I love this reference book so much and how much it's opened my eyes to the reading world.
Powell River Books Blog
The Powell River Books Blog focuses on the Coastal BC Stories series written by Wayne J. Lutz and off the grid living in a float cabin on Powell Lake.
Can a Year on a Farm Based on Animal, Vegetable, Miracle Work?
Barbara Kingsolver with Steve L. Hopp and Camille Kingsolver. Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year in Food. HarperCollinsPublishers. 2007.
Barbara Kingsolver says in Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year in Food, “Our culture is not acquainted with the idea of food as a spiritually loaded commodity. We’re just particular about which spiritual arguments we’ll accept as valid for declining certain food. Generally unacceptable reasons: environmental destruction, energy waste, the poisoning of workers. Acceptable: it’s prohibited by a holy text.” (p. 67). I say both our land and the food produced on that land must be treated as unequivocally holy . . .
The Open Book
The Open Book is the blog of Lee & Low Books, an independent children's publishing company. We discuss publishing, books, race and gender, schools and libraries, and whatever else strikes our fancy.