Posts Tagged “women”

Happy Women’s Day!

by gribi on March 8, 2013

To-Read in 2013

by gribi on January 10, 2013

I’ve not always planned a to-read list at the begining of the year. Having enjoyed it thoroughly last year – and having been able to go back to it when wondering what book to read next – I’ve decided to (…)

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A New Name, by Emma Scrivener

by gribi on September 26, 2012

You know how sometimes mere words can not describe the significance of an experience? This is where I am at with this book. As I was reading it, I knew that something precious is being shared with me, something that (…)

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Best-selling Fiction: The Help

by gribi on November 2, 2011

A  best-seller and a Holywood movie, this must’ve also been one of the most loved and reviewed books online. Guess how I found out about it. A delightfully candid and moving novel about racial issues in 1960′s South, it tells the story of (…)

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Starting a Rev-EYRE-lution

by gribi on July 21, 2011

Most of you have probably read Jane Eyre. Seen one of the movies. Heard about it. It’s one of the classics on the  Top 100 Must-Reads List, too. I’ve re-read it recently. Something stroke me as odd as soon as (…)

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Nice Girls Don’t Change the World

by gribi on July 15, 2011

  The bigger a book, the better it is. Maybe. As some of you have suggested, I’ll write about one of my favourite, albeit small book. It’s not a book I read recently but one I re-read several times and (…)

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