Monthly Archives: June 2011

Books, books and more books!

I saw this post from Lisa at Intralingo about five books on her bookshelf and realized that I needed to have a similar post here at Motherlogue. I received several wonderful books recently and have been struggling with getting time … Continue reading

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In honor of Father’s Day

In honor of Father’s Day, the cover image of my dad’s young-adult novel, What I Know Now, published in 1997 by Henry Holt. A book about fathers, sons, mothers and learning what’s true. I am proud of you for writing … Continue reading

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Library Reading – It’s A Family Affair

This summer our local library system is encouraging not “just” the kids to read. This year there is a summer reading program for parents (or non-parent adults), too! For every three books I read, I can enter to win a … Continue reading

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Twitter funny moment

I’m having a bit of blog doubt at the moment…what should I write? Can I write? Is this interesting? You know the drill. I think it’s a natural reaction to the Blogathon. 31 days straight makes me need a break. … Continue reading

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Blogathon 2011 is over – what’s next?

For at least a few days, I’m going to relish in the pleasure of having completed the blogathon. What is next? I’m not quite sure. This blogathon has re-invigorated me around my blog, and that’s a good thing. I also … Continue reading

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