Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Secret of Lies

Barbara Forte Abate Dog Ear Publishing, 2010 The Secret of Lies starts in the intriguing prologue where the reader joins the mysterious storyteller as she stealthily leaves a sleeping man in the dead of night and drives toward the sea; … Continue reading

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Sundance Film Fest 2012, Park City and Salt Lake City, Utah

  The excitement can be caught like a cold, even if all you do is brush shoulders with a few people standing in line for yet another “film.” (The word, and I whisper here, “movie” is never spoken here.) Up … Continue reading

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A Passage to India

  E.M. Forster   Shakespeare wrote Comedy of Errors and Forster could have named his book, Tragedy of Errors. Missteps of words and action that follow one after another keep people from understanding each other through the cloak of gender, … Continue reading

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Facebook, the Grocery List, and Isaac Asimov Super Quiz

Yesterday I posted on Facebook and I’ve gotten more responses than usual. The post was: When I got to the grocery store I found I’d left my shopping list at home. I remembered all 17 items! I’m so proud of … Continue reading

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