Tag Archives: Michael Ondaatje

I want to read and write more, more, more!

I love to read.

Unfortunately, reading is a solitary activity (usually).
I want to actively share. I want to actively engage.
So, I will share what I’m reading, and tell you whether it’s worth reading Past Page Ten.

In this way, this stay at home mother of two, this woman of little intellectual stimulation, will stay engaged too.

Reading to my kiddies

Here’s some links to some of the reviews others have liked:
(Click on the titles to read my posts)

  1. Generation A by Douglas Coupland
  2. Anil’s Ghost by Michael Ondaatje
  3. Farm City, The Education of an Urban Farmer by Novella Carpenter
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