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#SummerReadingProgram Book 2: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee

Rating: Four out of five stars I borrowed this book from a friend naively thinking it to be a play about Virginia Woolf. Wow, was I wrong. At the beginning of my reading experience, all I could think of was the first note I wrote down: “242 pages of an older couple arguing about their… Continue reading #SummerReadingProgram Book 2: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee

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#SummerReadingProgram Book 1: Wires and Nerve by Marissa Meyer

Rating: Five out of five stars (Slight spoilers ahead.) As I wrote about in my last blog post, I joined my local library’s summer reading program after finding out they offered the program for adults! This particular summer reading program sets the goal of six books by July 29th. I’ve been wanting to read more… Continue reading #SummerReadingProgram Book 1: Wires and Nerve by Marissa Meyer

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Book Review: The Poet’s Cookbook by Dan Gilbert

Rating: Two out of five stars When I first saw an inexpensive ebook titled The Poet’s Cookbook, I purchased it with the expectation that it was one long metaphor comparing writing to cooking. I thought prompts would be presented in recipes, that poems would be described as delicious dishes. Unfortunately, the cookbook metaphor ends with… Continue reading Book Review: The Poet’s Cookbook by Dan Gilbert