Archive | January, 2016

Book Review: The Cutting Season by Attica Locke

Book Review: The Cutting Season by Attica Locke (3/52)

In it’s back-cover description, The Cutting Season by Attica Locke is described as “a thoughtful meditation on how America reckons it’s past with it’s future.” Sure, I definitely got that from this book. The Cutting Season tells the story of a Louisiana plantation manager who finds herself stuck in the middle of a murder investigation […]

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Why do people like to read

Why I Love To Read: A Gift From My Father

Why do you love to read? It’s a question often asked by my non-reading friends (of which I don’t have many), and the answer is simple: my parents loved to read. As a child, I can remember my mother and father both taking time to read nearly every day. My mother seemed to enjoy quick-read […]

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