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Month: January 2019

Culling Bookshelves

There comes a point in every bibliophile’s life when we have too many books. There are a few facts that are true for bibliophiles: We keep buying books. E-books, audiobooks, hardcovers, paperbacks We keep going to the library We have multiple copies of books We give books as gifts and are given books as gifts Recently Marie Kondo gave some advice on her Netflix series Tidying Up about…tidying up. One of the pieces of advice the sparked a great deal of debate was to throw away your old books. Of… Read more Culling Bookshelves

Review: Invisible Traces

Invisible Traces by Sarina Dahlan is an imaginative and poignant tale contained in a brief and beautiful moment that fully conveys the grandeur of love between two people. It begins with an all too familiar question, “Will you remember me?” Set in a futuristic world, Sarina Dahlan’s world-building is masterful as if it were a gentle brush stroke and her writing is evocative of the subtlest emotions that envelope us in the smallest of moments. Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43389151-invisible-traces