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Hooray for Books Inc.!

Good news from Shelf Awareness: Compass Books Rebooked at SFO’s Terminal 3 Books Inc. scores another hit for independent bookstores! Books Inc. has won the

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Reno Community Poem Project

As Reno’s own Poet Laureate, Gailmarie Pahmeier is looking for a few good lines about our favorite city, Reno. Check out the particulars at Sierra

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Washoe Co. Library’s Events

DECEMBER NEWSLETTER OF LIBRARY ACTIVITIES, WASHOE CO. LIBRARY To all our friends in Northern Nevada, I couldn’t pass up the Washoe County Library calendar of

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Reading Literary Fiction is Good for You

Reading Literary Fiction is Good For You Bookin’ with Sunny reviewer Vivienne French just sent in this interesting and/or amusing article worth passing on: http://mic.com/articles/104702/science-shows-something-surprising-about-people-who-love-reading-fiction Science

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Mark Strand

Mark Strand, April 11, 1934 – November 29, 2014 Keeping Things Whole In a field I am the absence of field. This is always the

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The Curiosity of Engagement

The Curiosity of Engagement I am almost one hundred and fifty pages away from the end of Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven. Up to

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The Girl on the Road

The Girl on the Road No, this is not a review of Monica Byrne’s fabulous The Girl in the Road (I’m working on that very

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I Didn’t Buy It On Amazon

Everyone who comes to Bookin’ with Sunny knows that I wholeheartedly support independent bookstores. Several months ago I removed the Amazon button from my website.

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Will Earth Abide?

George R. Stewart’s Earth Abides is this month’s selected reading at the Clayton Community Library Book Club. It’s selection did not come easily, post-apocalyptic novels

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