Buried In Print

I read. A lot. When I'm not reading, I'm often thinking about what I could be reading. When I am reading, I'm often thinking about what I'll be reading next. Sometimes the idea of reading is almost as good as reading and then I'm making booklists about what I will read someday. But later I'll be reading. I'm Buried In Print.

Today
February
19
October 2016
31
finished reading:
June 2016
30
read and rated
reviewed: Catherine Cooper's White Elephant (2016)
A white elephant was historically bestowed as a burden which had the outward appearance of a gift; a courtier charged with it...
White Elephant - Catherine Cooper
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reviewed: Joni Murphy's Double Teenage (2016)
Celine and Julie are negotating the borders of girlhood, wandering back and forth across dotted lines and territories both mo...
Double Teenage - Joni Murphy
read and rated
reviewed:
In the middle of her long, incense-soaked wedding ceremony, Lara Kulicz amuses herself by creating a philosopher's alphabet, ...
Country of Red Azaleas - Domnica Radulescu
liked:
You see he does not believe I am sick! And what can one do? If a physician of high standing, and one´s own husband, assures f...
liked:
Ah, happiest of sighs. I think everyone knows my obsession with Neil Gaiman at this point. Which is why, even though I've alr...
liked:
My pick for the "Beach, sand or sun on the cover" square is Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi. And since I had two books that I did not ...
liked:
June 2016
17
read and rated
reviewed: Ian Colford's Perfect World (2016)
Ian Colford's work has been shortlisted for the Journey Prize, and his first published work was a collection of stories. It's...
Perfect World (Freehand Books) - Ian Colford
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reviewed: Nadia Bozak's Thirteen Shells (2016)
It's with a subtle touch, but Nadia Bozak solidly roots the reader in time and place. This is not an easy task, because She...
Thirteen Shells - Nadia Bozak
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