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How about braised pomelo pith and

How about braised pomelo pith and catfish tail

Invitation to a Banquet: The Story of Chinese Food by Fuchsia Dunlop, on BBC Sounds

New Releases:

Demons Treasure Warlocks
Toshi Drake

Driving in Circles
Frances Fox

A Soldiers & Mercenaries Duology
Kasia Bacon

Fake Things
Charity Parkerson

Dear John
Holly Day

The Proposal for Unity
C.J. Dragon

Spirits Teeth and Wings
BL Maxwell

Anubis's Star: A Paranormal Romance
Giovanna Reaves

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"We come away with a clear blueprint for change replete with cautionary tales as we face new challenges to womens freedom and equality. The of NOW can show todays the path forward. It is a must-read

Serie completa historia de una familia espaola:
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Cuentos de la Navidad Moderna: cuentos de navidad.
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Iconographie des champignons de Paulet, recueil de 217 planches dessines d'aprs nature by Lveill, Joseph Henri, 1796-1870 Paulet, Jean-Jacques, 1740-1826

There are dragons that shoot rainbows in the D&D universe, and I feel like Hasbro has missed out on a marketing opportunity

the 4th of the series Book

The only in Priya Pereira writes about India's fair in our blog. And about how she only learned what an artist's book was after she had already started her artist's book publishing house. Today, she dreams that even a single Indian will start collecting artists' books....

"Libraries have been considered a symbol of the collective consciousness and intellect of a country or society."

To Hell With


In his new , Matthew Desmond argues that will require an ambitious undertaking.

Sep 6: Today is a Day!

For lovers, Huis van het Boek on Prinsessegracht, is a cosy museum dedicated to books and book production. Located in his townhouse, it displays the book, coin and antiquities collections of Baron Willem van Westreenen. Worth visiting if you like quirky private collections. Tranquil garden with formal box hedging at the back for sitting and enjoying a cup of (self-service) coffee.

The Routledge Handbook of Geospatial Technologies and Society describes geospatial technologies and their application to society in international and multidisciplinary contexts

New review! Unleashed (The Pirate & Her Princess, Book 3) by Alli Temple, narrated by Emily Woo Zeller

"Who Killed Betty Gail Brown" (2022)
Robert G. Lawson

El que contines no significa que dejars de quererla que vayas a dejar de tenerla presente, porque eso nunca ocurrir

Hoy os dejo una de mis frases favoritas de Espero que os guste!


Neuer Lesestoff fr die Arbeit.

My review from the BSFA website of Unreal Sex: An Anthology of Queer Erotic Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Horror edited by So Meyer & Adam Zmith (Cipher Press). The utopian future is not going to be heteronormative.

An awesome new I had like to start reading soon: "The Big Con" How the Consulting Industry Weakens our Businesses, Infantilizes our Governments and Warps our Economies MazzucatoM interview flacqua live BloombergTV

WWW WEDNESDAY

Here is what I am currently reading, what I recently finished, and what I plan to read next:

*NEW BLOG POST*

Today on I am sharing this week's post. Find out what I've recently finished reading, what I'm currently reading and what I plan to read next!

Check out my post here...

This morning - and I have been very lucky in the past few days to be able to read so much - I am being entertained by Ashes of the Sun by Django Wexler, book one in the Burningblade and Silvereye series!
I have hyped the series quite a bit for myself (I also have a post on why the series is on my TBR feel free to check it on my blog!) and so far I am enjoying what I am experiencing!

What are you or currently enjoying

The Grenfell Tower catastrophe seems to me to mainly have happened because of capitalism, because capitalism means profit above all else, including an inherent callousness in regard to human life.

The image text in its entirety:

'It is time to explain how a cladding panel with a core of solid petrol found itself on the market for use on the walls of people's homes.

Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) was first invented in the 1960s. A German company realised that bonding the metal to plastic made it easier to work and cheaper to produce, and it was initially used in furniture. From the 1990s onwards, it became a popular choice for building facades: providing the elegant curves and crisp finishes modern designers craved.

There are several large manufacturers of ACM in operation. One would ultimately sell the cladding panels on Grenfell: Arconic. This is a company with deep roots, having been spun out of Alcoa, which traces its own history back to the Aluminium Company of America - a giant beast of the American materials sector which was founded in 1886 when the inventor Charles Martin Hall discovered the process of smelting. Alcoa provided the metal for the spacecraft used in the first moon landings, US military hardware from the battlefields of World War I to the bomber jets which rained death over the Middle East in the early 2000s and drinks cans which litter the environment all over the globe.

The panels were sold for use on Grenfell by the European arm of this company, AAP SAS, which is based in north-eastern France. The fire safety risk of these panels was discovered in 2004. They could have been taken off the market then. But no one then was willing to risk corporate profits for basic fire safety.'

The page is from Peter Apps's excellent 'Show me the Bodies', about the Grenfell Tower catastrophe.

Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman (2022) - Fldes
This somehow encapsulates most of my reservations on Murakamis work

Which series should I start next

Iconographie des champignons de Paulet, recueil de 217 planches dessines d'aprs nature by Lveill, Joseph Henri, 1796-1870 Paulet, Jean-Jacques, 1740-1826

I finished (barely) Forever After All by Catharina Maura. This should have been an easy winner for me, what with the marriage of convenience and childhood crush aspect. Sadly, I couldnt make it work for me, no matter how much I wanted it to. I can see why its well-rated on GR & Amaz but it just didnt come together for me. I kept wanting to rewrite it.

Three Feathers is a powerful graphic novel about restorative justice and traditional native ways. I loved the simple, but powerful message , as well as the transformative growth of the characters.


Grief, second chance and hope are at the heart of Kristin Kisskas novel, The Hint of Light. After her sons sudden death, Margaret Dobrescu is devastated. Her heart is broken and she feels responsible for the tragedy. But with time, secrets start to resurface and the grieving mother learns that her son may have left a daughter behind.

Take a trip to Spain with Mia and Kyle in this emotional YA novel where love and death are closely linked.

Jesus was....gasp...married.

An absolutely gorgeous book arrived today. Thanks to all of you who helped me get my hands on a copy

reimagined by 20 leading artists of contemporary Japanese kogei.

Learn more about it here in the library:

Ive re- The Martian by Andy Weir. Still enjoying it immensely. I have the original narrated by Bray, not the current version by Wheaton. This space remains one of my favorite of adulthood, and one of the first we were able to share with the 19yo when she became an avid reader & a space science buff. The movie is fine, but the is so much better.

Karate Masters Volume 1.

Reading a is no substitute for hands-on , but if you cant access hands-on learning, this is a fairly comprehensive to basic and response.

Its 100% free and designed to be , so pass it around!

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"Run Me a River" (2003)
Janice Holt Giles

Friends, you are not going to believe this but the literal day after I finish reading the on wasps, a gets itself trapped inside the house. I helped it get back outside please go take care of that spider that's been building a nest on my porch

Libros recomendados: Lista de lectura de Manuel Barrero

If you search for a positive Sci Fi book based around an interspecies crew that forms a really nice family traveling space together, please read The Long Way To A Small Angry Planet from Becky Chambers.

I'm nearing the end but I don't want it to stop








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