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Elizabeth Kostova – The Swan Thieves (which I might have actually finished in late 2010 – can’t remember)

A.S. Byatt – The Children’s Book

Muriel Barberry – Gourmet Rhapsody

J.K. Rowling – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (again) (which I might have actually read in late 2010 – can’t remember)

Lisa See – Shanghai Girls

Kate Morton – The House at Riverton

Kate Morton – The Distant Hours

Cara Black – Murder in the Marais

Kat Richardson – Downpour

Candace Bushnell – Sex and the City

Diane Johnson – Into a Paris Quartier

Elizabeth Bard – Lunch in Paris

mugumogo – I am Maru

Ookpik the Arctic Owl

Wilkie Collins – The Woman in White

Jane Austen – Persuasion

Joan Didion – The Year of Magical Thinking

Erica Bauermeister – The School of Essential Thinking

Laurence Cosse – A Novel Bookstore

plus bits of

  • Michael Pollan – In Defense of Food
  • Michael Pollan – Food Rules (illustrated by Maira Kalman)\
  • Liza Dalby – East Wind Melts the Ice
  • Alain de Botton – The Art of Travel
  • Gavin Prevor-Pinney – The Cloudspotter’s Guide
  • Sex and the City:  Kiss and Tell
  • Mad Men Unbuttoned
  • Leslie Sbrocco – Wine for Women.  Yes, really.
  • and I just looked at the pictures of a bunch more.
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5 Comments

  1. So how is Maru’s book? I don’t know if still photos can capture him as well as video.

    • I enjoyed Maru’s book very much! I can’t compare it to the video, though, since I have yet to see live-action Maru. He is quite adorable even in stillness!

      • GASP!

        You have not lived till you’ve seen Maru in action. It’s how he became famous.

        • LT, I finally watched Maru on Youtube and oh my gosh I now know what I was missing! The cuteness is incredible!

        • YAY!

          Mr. LT couldn’t believe you hadn’t seen him either. He got the book deal b/c of his videos. The sliding through boxes, particularly. He even got in a kitty litter ad in the US.


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