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Rose City Reader · 2d ago

FINALLY -- The 2016 European Reading Challenge WINNER!

THIS IS THE WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT POST FOR 2016 TO FIND THE 2016 REVIEWS, GO TO THIS...
Rose City Reader · 2d ago

Book Beginnings: On the Ragged Edges of Medicine

THANKS FOR JOINING ME ON FRIDAYS FOR BOOK BEGINNING FUN! Please join me every Friday...
Rose City Reader · 6d ago

Mailbox Monday

When I was in Missoula for work last week, I stopped at the Friends of the Library sale shelf, as I always do, and found two books. The Man Who Ate Everything by Jeffrey Steingarten, collected essays by the food critic for Vogue magazine. All...
Rose City Reader · 1W ago

Book Beginning: The Life and Loves of a She Devil by Fay Weldon

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Rose City Reader · 2W ago

Book Beginning: The Unicorn by Iris Murdoch

SORRY FOR THE DELAY! I SCHEDULED THIS TO POST WHILE I WAS TRAVELING FOR WORK. BUT MY...
Rose City Reader · 3W ago

Author Interview: Yvonne Wakefield

When she was 18, Yvonne Wakefield took the inheritance intended to pay for her college, bought 80 acres in the Oregon mountains, and built her own log cabin home. Wakefield's new memoir...
Rose City Reader · 3W ago

Book Beginning: Hillbilly Elegy

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Rose City Reader · 3W ago

Mailbox Monday: Three by Amanda Cross

What books came into your house last week? I indulged my completist urge and bought the three Kate Fansler mysteries I didn't have, so now I have the complete series by Amanda Cross. I've ...
Rose City Reader · 4W ago

Book Beginning: Friday the Rabbi Slept Late

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Rose City Reader · 1M ago

Author Interview: M. Louis

M. Louis is the author of a new mystery series featuring Portland private eye Jake Brand. The series started with a Twitter exercise that lead to the first published book, Angel's Devi...