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What To Read Now || Spring

We are leaving for Stockholm in three days and I feel utterly unprepared.  When it comes to travel, I’m such a planner. You know the person that plans a three week trip to Europe with nothing but a backpack and a Eurail pass in hand? I’m the opposite. It’s not that I need my days scheduled, but if there is a can’t miss restaurant then I want to have a reservation and should we find ourselves in a particular neighborhood, I want to know what all of my options are for that area. (If you know anything about the …

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What To Read Now || The Best of 2016

I’m not even sure where to begin to describe my love of reading to you. I have loved it for as long as I can remember. I would read the Little House on the Prairie book series over and over until the pages wore thin and my mom finally forced me from the floral comforter on my bed to the backyard. It’s not just books either. Magazines, the back of cereal boxes, plaques on buildings. If you take me to a museum, I will read every last information card next to every last exhibit before calling it a day.  I’m always on a quest …

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What To Read Now || Fall Book Club

I don’t know about you guys, but I await Gail’s book recommendations in the same way I await a coveted just-primed Amazon box.  Her excitement for books is so completely contagious that I always find myself with at least three of her picks on my nightstand.  Speaking of books on my nightstand, last week I attended my first book club and the book of the month was Sweetbitter. (I talked about my book club dreams earlier in the summer and was thrilled when they manifest themselves into an IRL invitation.)  Have you guys read …

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What To Read Now || Winter

While whatever semblance of winter Los Angeles may have had this year is most definitely gone (and I’m not complaining), Aaron’s recent travels through Milwaukee, Detroit, and Toronto can attest that winter is still alive and well in some places.  This post was originally scheduled for friday, but then we thought it our civic duty to give you enough time to prime these literary gems in case you happen to find yourself snuggling up inside this weekend.  Our resident book guru and writer, Gail Werner, is back today with six books …

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