Monthly Archives: July 2011

Guest Review: The Haunting of Hill House

Hi Everyone, Today we are hearing from one of our dedicated readers, Allegra Johnson, who is offering her thoughts on a classic ghost novel. Thank you, Allegra, for sharing your insights! The Haunting of Hill House reviewed by Allegra Johnson … Continue reading

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The Blob Monster

Hi, guys. My apologies. I know you have been anticipating the next installment of ghost novel reviews, which is now officially overdue. I was away all weekend at a family reunion in Squirrel, Idaho–beautiful, idyllic spot–and then arrived home with … Continue reading

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Are Men and Women Different?

Or Are Women and Men the Same? Amanda Bonner (Katherine Hepburn) declares in the movie Adam’s Rib, “There’s no difference between the sexes. Men, women, the same.” As for me, I didn’t know that men and women were different until … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Story of Edgar Sawtelle

The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski Harper Collins, 562 pages. I wasn’t going to read this book. Actually, I was intrigued by the mute, dog-whisperer protagonist until I heard the whole Hamlet re-make discussion. (Sorry, Oprah, but I … Continue reading

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