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GOING SOMEPLACE?

Two boaters stopped by for a treasure and a visit about books and wondered if RB had anything about Egypt, as they were about to cruise the Nile. The answer, of course, is “of course.” The gauntlet was tossed. Fig. … Continue reading

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READERS HAVING FUN

It’s been a great week of old (well, long-time) and new (two visits or second visit this summer) regulars refinding Roseledge Books. As always, we talked about important matters in and out of books. Fig. #35. Lurking behind the unruly … Continue reading

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AND CHOOSING

Company comes; times alter. Rosehips are turning orange, soon to be fooling walkers-by into thinking they are little tomatoes and then the puckers come. But always we read. Millie is reading Simon Winchester’s Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded: August … Continue reading

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MORE BOOKS ADDED #3

Quite exciting news is that Roseledge Books has a second bestseller — which means three coipies have been sold. Walter Isaacson’s Einstein is now added to Steven Johnson’s The Ghost Map, and together they document how nifty are the readers … Continue reading

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MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY

Three annual additions to favorite series made this week’s NYTimes “Paperback Mass Market Bestseller List” (7-6-08). They seem like holiday catch-up conversations with members of the family — even when I gripe about too little adventure, too many words, so-so … Continue reading

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