Bookeater herself sincerely hopes that her writing will reveal more about the reading. Or at least entertain you.
When Paris Went Dark: The City of Light Under German Occupation by Richard Rosbottom (while sneaking in quick bits of Salvage the Bones by the incredible Jesmyn Ward)
Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay
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Tag Archives: jami attenberg
This event was last weekend. Been busy trying to find work (have it narrowed down to either going back to my former incarnation of QA tester, or tutoring). Highlights were seeing Chris Hayes of C-SPAN interviewed by Heather McGhee, president … Continue reading →
The excellent Jami Attenberg, whose book “The Middlesteins” I wrote about here has a new book out, “All Grown Up“. It’s gotten good reviews from The Washington Post and The New York Times. “The Middlesteins” is, as you may have … Continue reading →
I say “Middlestein-ing” because my husband’s family has certain highly neurotic behaviors that the younger generation have made into a verb, as in “They were …..-ing out so bad!” Try this with any family name. It works because every family … Continue reading →