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  1. 2 religious books, only one with a Hoosier connection. And the connection is feeble.

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    November 28, 2016 by Reader's Connection

    The reading of a religious book is one of the requirements for this year’s reading challenge. I’m also observing our state’s bicentennial year by looking for Indiana-related material, but haven’t…


  2. What magazines have I read this year?

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    October 14, 2016 by Reader's Connection

    My Indiana Bicentennial Reading Challenge includes this: 18. Read a magazine, cover to cover. I’ve read three magazines cover to cover, which means I can skip some of the other…


  3. If you don’t like this blog post, blame Librarian Gregg Jackson at Southport

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    September 5, 2016 by Reader's Connection

    This year’s Bicentennial Reading Challenge is a mix of Hoosier-related challenges that I made up, and goals borrowed from Rachel Manwill’s 2016 Read Harder Challenge on Book Riot. One of…


  4. The return of the Moonstone

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    August 8, 2016 by Reader's Connection

    When I first read The Moonstone a few decades back, it was already a hundred years old. Author Wilkie Collins had it serialized in a magazine in 1868, and it…


  5. A lovely day in Paris, a mysterious Irish past–and I found it all in a refrigerator.

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    January 19, 2016 by Reader's Connection

    Anne Korkeakivi is the wife of a human-rights lawyer with the United Nations. She has lived in France and Finland, and as of 2012 lived in Switzerland. Perhaps it’s no…


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