Tag Archives: Barbara Kingsolver

Books on Planes

In the study of history, it’s sometimes possible to identify the sparks that ignite a conflagration, those identifying moments where history is measured in pre- and post- terms. The tipping points. It’s much, much harder to determine when you made … Continue reading

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Lacuna Matata

I absolutely was NOT going to read that book about kids with cancer. But, yesterday a friend posted a quote and it was a beautiful string of words.¬† Prettier than pearls. It occurred to me that I could probably learn … Continue reading

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