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Reader Casey Anne sent me this gorgeous unicorn postcard

Reader Casey Anne sent me this gorgeous unicorn postcard, with a lovely handwritten message on the back! (beaming) I love when people know what I like so well – and care. Thank you, Casey Anne! 🌈

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I believe that love and compassion cut through hate.

I believe that love and compassion cut through hate. I believe that when we use them, they help make the world a kinder place. I believe this, even after all the hate used against me, all the hate my abusers … Continue reading

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For My Readers: I Believe In You

I believe in you. Whether or not you believe in yourself, I believe in you. I know you have good in you. You have hope, even if it’s buried, you have dreams, you have love. You have goodness that deserves … Continue reading

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Reading on the subway

I love to read on the subway–and the bus, the streetcar–any transportation that I have to take, that takes my time. It’s relaxing, rejuvenating, entertaining (novels). Or I learn from it, gain new understandings (non-fiction). I’m almost always reading a … Continue reading

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Seen Reading!

I just stumbled on something cool–Seenreading.com! Seenreading is a blog by Julie Wilson, who works in publishing and lives in Toronto. She notes down what books people are reading when she sees them–even the page number!–where they were and what … Continue reading

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Book machine prints books while you wait

A new book machine–the Espresso–just launched in Blackwell’s Charing Cross Road bookstore in London prints and binds books on demand in five minutes, while customers wait. The Espresso offers a selection of almost half a million books, and Blackwell hopes … Continue reading

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I feel a connection to other readers

Photo by G. Maguyon @ Flickr I often feel a connection to other readers, whenever I see them out in the world. We might have nothing in common except that we like to read–but that feels like enough. I get … Continue reading

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