Search Result for Carolina De Robertis — 28 articles

Thoughts on: Perla by Carolina De Robertis

Article first published as Book Review: Perla by Carolina De Robertis on Blogcritics. About: Perla by Carolina De Robertis is a historical fiction book about Argentina’s Dirty War. The author is a daughter to Uruguayan parents, but her grandparents were Argentineans in exile. The pub­lisher is giv­ing away one copy of this book— use the Rafflecopter […]

Author Q&A with Carolina De Robertis

I “discovered” Carolina De Robertis  (website | Facebook | Twitter) in the local library. This was just after I started this blog and getting back to reading more than a few books a year. Since I traveled in South America I have a soft spot for books dealing with the area (actually I love to […]

Book Review: The Invisible Mountain by Carolina de Robertis

I borrowed this book from the local library. “The Invisible Mountain” by Carolina de Robertis starts off with a miracle. In the first day of the twentieth century a baby girl, who disappeared from a village after her mother died giving birth to her, was found on top of a tree, that little girl is […]

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 3 December, 2015

Happy New Year!!!

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 28 December, 2013

My wife’s beloved uncle passed away 10 days ago, ever since then the hectic holiday season has been even more hectic. He was a wonderful man, a good sense of humor and many interests. He lived life to the fullest, doing what he wanted to do and not giving a damn about naysayers and those […]

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 22 December, 2012

Merry Christmas to all my Christian family, friends and followers. I hope it will be a joyful season. We are in the mist of switching over from Hanukkah to Christmas. Unfortunately I fell ill the whole week and am still recovering, that means that I only finished 1.5- 2 books this week (as oppose to 2.5 or 3) but it let’s […]

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 16 June, 2012

Happy Father’s Day to all my fellow Dads. While my kids are sometimes a pain, it is absolutely worth the joy and fullness they bring into my life. Explaining to folks without kids is like explaining colors to a blind person. There is no feeling in the world which can compare to the one when my kids […]

Twitter Roundup for week ending 9 June, 2012

This week marked big ending and beginnings for our family. Our daughter finished first grade, our son pre-K and both of them are looking forward to a fun summer while my wife and I are counting down the days for school to start again. Both of our kids also learned to ride their bikes without […]

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 26 May, 2012

Image from http://nebraskafirearms.org/ Thoughts on: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith tinyurl.com/c26km9f#BookReview 7 Erotica Books That Are Actually Good | Reading Copy Book Blog – goo.gl/YFHCj 5 of 5 stars to The Testament of Jessie Lamb by Jane Rogers bit.ly/LruQaA Started to read The Lost Ones by Ace Atkins and loving it. Thanks @lydiahirt Princess-Free Stories | […]

Twitter Roundoup for Week Ending 24 March, 2012

This week’s twitter feed was full of Hunger Games tweets in anticipation of the movie. While I don’t usually tweet about movies (even though I am a movie geek) I think it’s wonderful that people are interested in the movie BECAUSE of the books. Thoughts on: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collinsmanoflabook.com/wp/?p=5068 #HungerGames#BookReview Profile: Aksel Hennie […]

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