I know where I stand in this debate, but haven’t figured out how to articulate it yet: are families bonded by blood more “real” than families that aren’t? Also, the good and bad of single parenting in the suburbs
Your blog is where you’re free to express what you want to share – and to keep what you don’t want to share to yourself.
Feedback and failures, successes and soul-searching – you don’t have to know the first thing about BBAW to understand where Amy‘s been
How to improve the travel experience – for your fellow travelers
A few days late for National Punctuation Day: a new grammar guide
Letting other people have experiences so you don’t have to: eating those brined eggs-in-a-jar
New Arrivals in my Google Reader
Nick Hornby’s new novel Juliet, Naked is out next week, and Popdose has the first chapter! (I may be buying this one for the Kindle – can’t wait!)
Thoughts on reading with kids and growing readers from a life-long reader and new stepmom
Do book bloggers tend to stick to the non-controversial?
As blogging and social media blur the divisions between readers and authors, can we still be objective when we review their books?
How would you like to, literally, live in a (former) library? (Got a spare $2.7 million lying around?)
LibraryThing nails down the difference between geeks and nerds
On tap this weekend:
- Trying to stay cool as our triple-digit Southern California heat wave continues
- A little writing, a little more reading
- The return of The Amazing Race
…and my stepdaughter’s 15th birthday – with chocolate cake!
It’s the first weekend of Fall – hope you won’t be raking too many leaves!