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I met Rachel! Rapa here 3 Replies

She is such a lovely woman with a wonderful sense of humor.  We had the pleasure of her company for a few hours today.  We met 12 years ago on EONS and this was our first face to face encounter!  I just love herLyn   Rachel in the front, Corky and…Continue

Started by Lyn. Last reply by Lyn May 5.

books I enjoyed 16 Replies

I sometimes feel like an interloper here.  I come and snitch ideas for books to read and yet I don't really contribute.  I have been blessed to read 3 really good books, or at least I thought they were good, so I thought I would share them here.A…Continue

Started by Lyn. Last reply by rapa Apr 26.

Have you read.............. 6 Replies

Have any of you read any of Preston & Child's books?Finished my first one last night. City of Endless Night.. It was a thriller to say the least!  The beautiful daughter of a wealthy tech billionaire is found murdered and her head nowhere to be…Continue

Started by rapa. Last reply by rapa Apr 3.

Bibliotherapy 3 Replies

Bibliotherapy is a very broad term for the ancient practice of encouraging reading for therapeutic effectToday, bibliotherapy takes many different forms, from literature courses run for prison inmates to reading circles for elderly people suffering…Continue

Started by Lip Service. Last reply by rapa Mar 18.

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Comment by Karin M Fichtner on March 29, 2019 at 9:29am
I have always been particularly drawn to that era in our history...from back in grade school. To find myself here in VA is kinda providential. I spend a lot of time studying the battles fought around me. I have sat in Robt. E. Lee's seat in his church. Kinda makes those characters come to life. Been to Gettysburg, too....a life long goal of mine. Yeah....I am a history geek.
Comment by rapa on March 29, 2019 at 8:34am

Karin, our member "Apposite", is quite the history buff and specializes in the Civil War.  

I've visited Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond several times.  Many Civil War stories there where Jefferson Davis and many others are buried. 

Comment by Karin M Fichtner on March 28, 2019 at 10:57pm
I live in the middle of Civil War country, and have an extensive collection of books re that era.
Comment by rapa on March 28, 2019 at 8:55pm

Oh,Karin, am currently reading AMERICAN PRINCESS , a novel of First Daughter Alice Roosevelt.  Yes, I love historical fiction!

Comment by rapa on March 28, 2019 at 8:52pm

Karin, I stopped reading Patterson years ago when he stated releasing new books almost monthly. At that point they ceased to be special for me. 

Two of my current mystery/thriller authors are James Grippando, author of the Jack Swyteck novels and Dugoni, author of A STEEP PRICE and WRONGFUL DEATH.

Comment by Karin M Fichtner on March 28, 2019 at 9:38am
Are there any fans of Patterson or Lee Child? Or history readers?
Comment by rapa on January 22, 2019 at 5:33pm

Here is a newpaper article regarding the fire in grammyk's town.


Comment by Countryphyl on January 22, 2019 at 4:35pm

That is terrible about your library. I would really miss mine.

Comment by grammyk on January 22, 2019 at 11:32am

They haven't listed a cause yet, still investigating.  I hope it wasn't arson; that would make it even worse.  I really think that the town will work together to find temporary solutions for borrowers and, hopefully, for computer access also.

Comment by Lyn on January 22, 2019 at 11:23am

So sorry about the loss of your library. I cannot even imagine.  Hope ways can be found to help all get their books and have access to a computer while waiting for the rebuild.


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