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So here are my links for this week (in bold):
- After reading Bronwyn’s review over at A Certain Bent Appeal, I think I need to read This Is Not the Story You Think It Is: An Empowering Story of Saving Your Marriage by Doing Nothing by Laura Munson.
- Tiina’s review (on her blog A Book Blog of One’s Own) of Tell It to the Bees by Fiona Shaw has piqued my interest in this book about a lesbian love affair set in 1950s England.
- In keeping with my latest review (of The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown), I loved this post entitled “You Don’t Have to Be Pretty” at A dress, nearly every day.
- AfterEllen.com posted “Your Gay Fall Book Guide: Books by and About Lesbians,” which includes a couple of familiar titles. I’m definitely buying Ivan E. Coyote’s latest book of short stories, Missed Her. (I only recently discovered Coyote, a fantastic Canadian storyteller.) I also want to read Girl Unwrapped by Gabriella Goliger (it’s set in Montreal!) and Dear John, I Love Jane: Women Write about Leaving Men for Women edited by Candace Walsh and Laura Andre.
- Colleen at Chasing Ray posted a great review of The Englishman Who Posted Himself and Other Curious Objects by John Tingey, a book about Reginald Bray, who “experiment[ed] with sending ordinary and strange objects through the post unwrapped, including a turnip, a bowler hat, a bicycle pump, shirt cuffs, seaweed, a clothes brush, even a rabbit’s skull” (from the publisher’s description). It sounds fascinating!