Posts Tagged “books”

Last Giveaway of the Year

by gribi on December 24, 2013

I talked about the best Christmas Presents for Bookworms in my last post. It’s only fitting that I make such a gift to one of you. Of course, you have to prove that you’re a true bookworm first. Side note: I (…)

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The $100 Book Splurge

by gribi on December 4, 2013

You don’t want to see my Wishlist on Amazon. This, for a couple of reasons. One: it’s long, and I mean looooooooooooong. Second: it’s a crazy maze that even I get lost in. Hubby and I share it, so besides (…)

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Books I’m Grateful For

by gribi on December 2, 2013

Thanksgivings Day is the one holiday that if I could, I’d have the whole world celebrate. Every day. I’m surprised we’re celebrating Halloween and Valentine’s Day in Moldova – don’t ask me why! – but Thanksgivings Day hasn’t caught on. (…)

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A Bookworm Who Doesn’t Read

by gribi on November 6, 2013

This is me at the moment: a bookworm who doesn’t read. It’s a little pathetic, really. Because I have at least 5 books on my Currently Reading list, because I have at least 3 books I recently bought and are (…)

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The Prayer of Jabez

by gribi on October 2, 2013

Small books – say, 50-60 pages long – can contain ideas just as big and life-changing as their more sizable counterparts. It’s not the first time I say this. The Prayer of Jabez, by Bruce Wilkinson is precisely such a (…)

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Good to Great, by Jim Collins

by gribi on September 4, 2013

Good to Great is a book on business and business leadership. What business (pun intended) do I have with it? I’m not a company owner or a CEO and have nothing to do with the corporate world. Yet even someone (…)

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3 Summer Reads I Recommend

by gribi on August 7, 2013

First off, what do I label as a SUMMER READ? A summer read is a novel that is light-hearted, with vibrant characters and a fast-paced plot. It’s a novel you can read during cool summer evenings, on a weekend outside (…)

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What Are You Reading Now?

by gribi on June 19, 2013

Summer reading is best done outside and with a bowl of fresh fruit to snack on. This I do plenty of, varying between a bowl of strawberries freshly picked from the garden, and a mix of summer berries, cherries and (…)

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