Armchair BEA — Author Interaction

Today’s second Armchair BEA topic is Author Interaction. (The first topic was “more than words,” which I addressed as my regular Tuesday Readers’ Workouts post.) My favorite author interaction since I’ve been blogging was with Karen Karbo when she was … Continue reading →

Book Review: How to Hepburn by Karen Karbo

Book: How to Hepburn: Lessons on Living from Kate the Great by Karen Karbo Genre: Nonfiction Publisher: Bloomsbury Publication date: 2007 Pages: 193 Source: Library   Summary: Katharine Hepburn changed the way the world viewed women by changing the way … Continue reading →

Sunday Salon — December 15

Good morning! Time: // 8:40 am The scene: // Snowy and sunny. Eight squirrels cavort around the oak tree in the backyard. For some reason, the acorns are more attractive under the snow than they were laying on the ground … Continue reading →

Favorite Nonfiction — Nonfiction November

Welcome to Nonfiction November, a little project hosted by Kim at Sophisticated Dorkiness and Leslie from Regular Rumination. With weekly themes and a link-list for discussion posts (like this one) plus nonfiction book reviews, Nonfiction November promises to be a laid-back and refined celebration of … Continue reading →

Book Review: Julia Child Rules by Karen Karbo

Book: Julia Child Rules: Lessons on Savoring Life by Karen Karbo Genre: Biography / Memoir / Self-Help Publisher: Skirt! an imprint of Globe Pequot Press Publication date: October, 2013 Pages: 240 Source: e-ARC from the publisher Summary: In the latest of … Continue reading →

Book Review: How Georgia Became O’Keeffe

Book: How Georgia Became O’Keeffe: Lessons on the Art of Living by Karen Karbo Genre: Biography / Memoir / Self Help Publisher: skirt! Publication date: 2012 Pages: 231 Source: Library Summary: How Georgia Became O’Keeffe is a small, attractive book with O’Keeffe pictures … Continue reading →