Category Archives: reviews

Making order, and other impossible tasks

No blogging all summer! I took a break to do a big purge in my office – not a very successful one. I didn’t end up throwing much away; mostly just cursed and sweated and rearranged things. Well, sort of. … Continue reading

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Attention must be played

My get up and go, got up and went last month, which is part of my excuse for not completing my last blog post. I didn’t add the links until now. Part of my excuse. Really, I just felt fraught … Continue reading

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Assumptions in the Closet

I got a copy of Rona Maynard‘s book, My Mother’s Daughter the week my mother would have turned 82. A January baby, she liked – well, insisted upon – being fussed over at the very time of year when I was … Continue reading

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Bounty

I’ve been thrilled and touched to by the amount of support Outside the Box has received.  Reviews take a lot of work … and even though the book is a few months old, people keep on taking the time and … Continue reading

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The return of Cleopatra

I’m only reading this book because I’m in it. And even then, I had to promise a few people I’d blog about it to keep me to my resolution to read the whole thing. It’s called Twelve Breaths a Minute published by … Continue reading

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A new dance

Don Hanlon Johnson’s 1983 book, Body, has been on my reading list for a decade now. It is no reflection on the book’s quality that other priorities have crowded it out. If anything, it has become more relevant with each … Continue reading

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