Posts Tagged “favourite”

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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Discovery of 2012: Malcolm Gladwell

by gribi on February 27, 2013

Can you get a more positive last name than Gladwell? Not only is a Gladwell “glad”, he is also “well”. Whoever came up with the name, should not have stopped at that. They should’ve kept adding positive adjectives, and created (…)

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One Thousand Gifts, by Ann Voskamp

by gribi on July 18, 2012

My mind keeps going back to this book weeks after I read it. It is hauntingly inspiring. One Thousand Gifts, by Ann Voskamp  Ann Voskamp will enthrall you with the sheer beauty of her writing and the simplicity, yet depth (…)

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Book and Book Sleeve Giveaway

by gribi on July 11, 2012

On Monday, July 9th, Gribook was exactly one year old! That called for a celebration, which my husband and I had dutifully performed over lunch and cheesecake. But it also calls for a GIVEAWAY. And we have a winner – Cristina (…)

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My 15 Favourite C. S. Lewis Quotes

by gribi on June 6, 2012

I never exactly made a book. It’s rather like taking dictation. I was given things to say. C. S. Lewis If I’d ever have to pick one author, and read his books only for the rest of my life – (…)

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Guest Post: The Lord of the Rings

by gribi on February 22, 2012

Meet my friend Kalyna. She is a wonderful wife, an incredible mother of three boys, and a missionary to Moldova.  I’ve mentioned Kalyna in some previous posts, because she also happens to be one of my favourite bookworms. In this (…)

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Dilemma Number One

by gribi on July 12, 2011

I’m on my third blog post and already faced with a dilemma. My intention is to blog about my experience reading books. The amount of books out there is staggering. My passion for reading is not likely to vanish unless (…)

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