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The Enduring Value of Printed Books

In a day of otherwise sobering news, I found something uplifting: the resurgence of print in our digital age. Read the article that appeared in today’s New York Times. Here’s a link to the article: The Plot Twist: E-Book Sales … Continue reading

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Vive la Différence!

Let’s celebrate red, white and blue support for books! No…not our red, white and blue….I’m talking about France. Small book stores are thriving in that country. And in the July 10 issue of the New York Times, Pamela Druckerman provides … Continue reading

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Worth Reading

This past weekend, my friend John sent me a link to the essay I want to share with you now. It’s by Joe Queenan and it’s about reading…about physical books…about that secret and mysterious relationship between reader and text. It’s … Continue reading

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Give Books This Christmas

  The St. Louis Post-Dispatch published its Best Books 2011 list this past weekend.  I’m honored that Dancing With Gravity leads the category of titles with a St. Louis connection. Check out the list of standout titles for 2011–then buy a … Continue reading

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Not A Coupon Exactly…

It seems that book groups are discovering Dancing With Gravity—for which I am very, very grateful. I wrote last week about the discussion questions now posted on my blog as a separate menu item. Of course you don’t need to … Continue reading

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