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The Dangerous Art of Blending In - by Angelo Surmelis - January 30, 2018

The Dangerous Art of Blending In - by Angelo Surmelis - January 2018

The Life Intended, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IWTWM70/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_awdm_zxNCub1KV875H

The Life Intended: Kristin Harmel. Enjoyable story about moving on after a big loss and how you can do more than just let life pass you by.

JONATHAN WOOLLEN (BOOKSELLER) RECOMMENDS: An El Salvadoran journalist has fled civil war to live in Mexico. Now he wants to return home at a time of highly questionable safety. This short, sharp novella, has acupuncture, family secrets, hitmen, hallucinogens, and the narrator’s all-consuming paranoia surrounding each of these things. Told in fluid and wildly extended sentences that, Castellanos Moya has crafted an hysterical novel in both senses of the word.

JONATHAN WOOLLEN (BOOKSELLER) RECOMMENDS: An El Salvadoran journalist has fled civil war to live in Mexico. Now he wants to return home at a time of highly questionable safety. This short, sharp novella, has acupuncture, family secrets, hitmen, hallucinogens, and the narrator’s all-consuming paranoia surrounding each of these things. Told in fluid and wildly extended sentences that, Castellanos Moya has crafted an hysterical novel in both senses of the word.

One of the best books I have read!

The Five People You Meet in Heaven - Mitch Albom.excellent book, I've read it several times and I still love it.

Amy Schumer's 'I'm Sorry' Skewers A Culture That Makes Women Apologize Constantly

Amy Schumer Skewers A Culture That Makes Women Apologize All The Time

"I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" by Maya Angelou, part of the 2014 Banned Books Week Display at the Mississippi State University Libraries.

Froth gathers thirty-two of Jarosław Mikołajewski’s best poems, which Ilya Kaminsky calls “contemporary European poetry at its best: tender, unpredictable, a hymn, a love poem, a moment of laughter, of revelation,” while Adam Zagajewski writes, “Mikołajewski’s poems are kicking, running, appealing to us, readers. His poems live.”  (2013)

"Froth is a mixture of short, striking poems and long, meditative pieces, both equally interesting in their own right. Because his poems are personal yet universal, readers will absorb a sliver of Mikołajewski’s life while also learning about themselves.

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