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  • Heidi Pitlor: The Birthdays

    Heidi Pitlor: The Birthdays
    I'm loving this story about 3 siblings who gather to celebrate their dad's 75th birthday. It's frightening how many similarities there are with the Millers in the novel, and the Denise real-life siblings.

  • Susan Choi: American Woman

    Susan Choi: American Woman
    I'm reading this because I saw it on SuperSpecialK's bookshelf once and she told me I should read it. I'm having a bit of a hard time getting into it, but I think I'm supposed to.

  • Ayelet Waldman: Love and Other Impossible Pursuits

    Ayelet Waldman: Love and Other Impossible Pursuits
    Maybe it's because I like this author's husband's writing so much--but I've lapped up both of Ayelet Waldman's novels eagerly.

  • Martha Sherrill: The Ruins of California

    Martha Sherrill: The Ruins of California
    I loved this book, and burned through it in a day. A good read for many reasons, but particularly if you have a soft spot for San Francisco or California in general.

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September 12, 2006

Comments

specialk

you know how I feel -- I really liked the set of pilates videos i got from her. they were enough. They did legs and abs. And there was a short one and long one, depending on your time availability.

islaygirl

i like the winsor set too, they totally work, but i just saw a thing on tv about real pilates classes, the kind with the stuff that looks like a torture rack, and i really want to take some. i'm no help, i know.

Marcy

Hello, people?! Daisy Fuentes? Isn't she that Cuban cooking show host? You call the woman who makes a mean paella a solid representative for pilates usefulness? Oh...my husband just told me I am confusing a sexy actress for a local TV cook, Daisy Martinez. Whoops, silly me.

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