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the untethered soul by Michael Singer

Sometimes a book finds you.   When The New York Times “By the Book” recently interviewed Robin Roberts, she mentioned Michael Singer’s The Untethered Soul as the book that “taught me how to gently calm my thoughts and emotions.”  Seems … Continue reading

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Following the Bliss of Independent Book Stores

With only one independent book store left on the island where I live, and the Borders book stores all gone, the recent replacement of the Barnes and Noble with a Ross Dress for Less seemed like the end. Although I … Continue reading

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Celebrating One Thousand Posts

This is the one-thousandth post for the No Charge Bookbunch.  Thanks to faithful followers and to all who just stop by now and then.  I’ve enjoyed the writing and the connection with all of you. To mark the event, I … Continue reading

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