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Bookseller at Barnes & Noble, Humanities student at NAU, mother of 2, artist, animal lover, voracious reader and lover of all things literary, introvert, believer in magic

Currently reading

Science In Context: Readings In The Sociology Of Science
Barry Barnes, David Edge
The Apothecary
Maile Meloy
The Key & the Flame
Claire M. Caterer
Fifty Shades of Grey
E.L. James
Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar
Cheryl Strayed
Beautiful Creatures
Margaret Stohl, Kami Garcia
Pride and Prejudice
Margaret Drabble, Eloisa James, Jane Austen
Progress: 60/379 pages

Tell the Wolves I'm Home

Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Carol Rifka Brunt I'm still amazed and astonished when someone else's words can crawl up into my heart and mind and have such an emotional effect on me. Magic. Pure, literary magic. 'Tell the Wolves I'm Home' is just that. A magical, wondrous adventure. It saddens me to know that almost 1/2 of all U.S. adults don't read for pleasure. It saddens me to know that so many will miss out on this beautiful, heartbreaking piece of art. Life without fiction is nothing. After all, aren't we all just made of stories? And reading fiction makes our own stories that much more believable at times. Feelings we didn't realize we had. Thoughts we didn't have the nerve to think. Oh, glorious fiction.....thank you, thank you to the authors who share their stories with us all. After everything, this journey I've taken inside this book, I can say that I will never forget the way it made me feel. The laughter, the tears, the sadness and joy. The love, jealousy, abandonment, loneliness, truth. All of it is part of me now.What I want to tell you is this: GO FIND THIS BOOK SOMEWHERE, ANYWHERE AND READ