Author Cynthia Bruchman’s New Novel Is Here! One of the best things about blogging is that I’ve had the pleasure of meeting other great bloggers from around the world…Cynthia Bruchman is one of those new friends. Cynthia teaches English and… Read More ›
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“Woodstock” At 50! “Cult Movie Monday” Has This “Flower Power” Pop Culture Phenomenon! Here’s What You Missed!
“Three Days Of Peace And Music” That Changed Pop Culture Forever! It is the world’s most iconic music festival of all time: Woodstock – the 1969 concert that changed pop culture – and music – forever…it’s celebrating its 50th anniversary,… Read More ›
Dying To Go “Into The Wild!” This “Wednesday Bookmobile” Has Tragic Twist As Tourists Die At “Book” Site!
Dying to See The “Into The Wild” Bus – Literally! This “Wednesday Bookmobile” travels to Alaska, the ill-fated location for the compelling story of “Into The Wild”. Now sadly, history is repeating itself – as fans of this compelling book… Read More ›
Welcome To Provence! Alex and I have visited the provencal region of France and cooked the local food and drank the local wine… Such an incredible place to visit – and so idyllic, nothing bad could ever happen here…right? Well,… Read More ›
Wednesday’s Bookmobile Is “Waiting” On Us All! Terrific, Candid Waitress Memoir Illuminates The Lack Of Respect For Those Who Serve Us!
“Waiting…The True Confessions Of A Waitress” This weeks’ Wednesday Bookmobile tells the story of a wildly unappreciated part of our life: the Waitress. While it’s hard to imagine, it is a profession we interact with all the time, yet take… Read More ›
Time To Head To Siberia – The Bookmobile Boards The Legendary Trans-Siberian Railroad! As we all know, there’s been ALL THIS TALK ABOUT RUSSIA. Yet, even with all that chatter, we discuss it as a thing, not as a country… Read More ›
Welcome to The French Riviera! Gorgeous, isn’t it? I could imagine living here in peaceful opulence – without a care in the world…but, that’s not what the “Wednesday Bookmobile” is about, is it? No, we are here in the south… Read More ›