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Holiday Movies (418 new)
Apr 29, 2010 09:16PM

758 We watch the usual fare at Christmas time. Miracle on 34th Street after dinner on Thanksgiving. Ben Hur at Easter, but it's usually the 1920s silent version. The Quiet Man on St. Patrick's Day. We have several versions of A Christmas Carol; from Mickey Mouse to Allistair Simms and Jim Carrey. Darby O'Gill and the Little People gets a viewing around St. Paddy's day, too. "Independence Day" on the Fourth of July. Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum. MMMMM. And, 1776 (the musical). DH is a film devotee. He watches; I read!
Book Game (1523 new)
Jan 07, 2010 05:39PM

758 There wasn't much moon.

Peace Like a River

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Book Game (1523 new)
Jan 03, 2010 04:07PM

758 "Her prayers for her son were heard by all of Heaven, and God sent us to show Roy that he could find love."

Those Christmas Angels

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Nov 16, 2009 09:04PM

758 I really liked this film and the treatment of Austin. I added it to my P&P takeoff collection.
Book Game (1523 new)
Nov 16, 2009 08:21PM

758 oops, next is page 85, sentence 6
Book Game (1523 new)
Nov 16, 2009 08:21PM

758 "This versatile thread sews strong seams, essential for projects designed to hold other items."

Pretty Little Presents
Pretty Little Presents (Pretty Little Series) by Lark Books
Book Game (1523 new)
Nov 14, 2009 07:15PM

758 Who's that with the grey hair?
The Cricket on the Hearth, part of the anthology A Charles Dickens Christmas

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Dickens (59 new)
Nov 12, 2009 04:34PM

Dickens (59 new)
Nov 12, 2009 04:27PM

758 There's also Cricket on the Hearth and The Chimes for Dickens Holiday stories. There's a reason we call the way we celebrate Christmas Dickensian! :)
Dickens (59 new)
Nov 11, 2009 07:44PM

758 LOL, Lori, thanks for articulating that mood that sends me racing to the nearest B&N!
Book Game (1523 new)
Nov 10, 2009 08:45AM

758 She could think and talk of nothing else. The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins

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Nov 10, 2009 08:29AM

758 Meghan wrote: "angie, i love wilkie collins! i agree with it being a bit long, but i found the structure of the novel fascinating. The Moonstone is shorter, and just as intriguing.

i'm not reading an..."


Meghan, I agree that the concept of using multiple first person narrators was pretty creative. I am getting pretty excited to know what's going to happen next and what the big Secret is! I'll add The Moonstone to my tbr list, thanks for the recommendation!
Nov 09, 2009 07:27PM

758 I'm reading The Woman in White and finding it intriguing and enjoyable, if a little on the long side.
Holiday Movies (418 new)
Nov 09, 2009 07:23PM

758 I love all the holiday movies and usually them out on Thanksgiving when I watch Miracle on 34th Street (Natalie Wood version)first and go from there. DH and I went to see the new Christmas Carol on Saturday and it was excellent; true to Dickens and really great in IMAX 3-D. I don't recommend it for anyone under 8-it got kinda scary in spots. It is a ghost story, after all. I'll be adding it to my collection as soon as it comes out on DVD.
Book Game (1523 new)
Oct 24, 2009 12:28PM

758 Picture this: the wall was burning; the Romans would pour in at dawn and there was no hope of escape." Cross Bones by Kathy Reichs

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Sep 20, 2009 05:02PM

758 Marjorie Morningstar Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk

The Group The Group by Mary McCarthy

The Best of Everything The Best of Everything by Rona Jaffe

I haven't read these, but they were recommended on a list on www.flashlightworthybooks.com

Sep 14, 2009 07:22PM

758 Rebecca wrote: "As I have worked as an Upper East Side nanny, the sad thing about this book is that it is pretty acurate of a lot of the families on the UES.

I found it really hard to live among the kind of peop..."


I guess I wonder if the mom and dad were raised that way and that this becomes a generational thing, passed down over and over again.
Sep 11, 2009 01:02PM

758 Just started "Princess Academy" by Shannon Hale. Picked it up on a trip to the book store with my 2 year old granddaughter and noticed it was a Newberry Honor Book. I enjoy YA fiction and love to be able to read it and recommend it to younger girls. It caught my interest right away. The protagonist is intriguing.
Post Grad (20 new)
Sep 03, 2009 07:42PM

758 I saw this movie on Saturday and give it 3.5 out of 5. Alexis is very good, but the saving of the film are the performances by Michael Keaton and Carol Burnett. I laughed out loud several times. This story is apparently based on the writer's real experience with trying to find a job Post Grad, which makes it better in my book. Enjoy!
Aug 23, 2009 08:39AM

758 Elizabeth wrote: "Yeah, I do like to be the person who points the finger at myself :) But wouldn't it be great if there were all these people you knew who liked and hated the same books...oh wait, it's you guys!

Ma..."

I've read 5 Artimus Fowl and found them fun and entertaining. Love to decode the messages at the bottom of the pages that are in Gnomish. It's kinda fun that the protagonist is a little evil!
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