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Philadelphia, PA

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March 7, 2012

What book would you recommend for H&WR?

I can think of so many, that's a tough question. Right now I'm gravitating toward women writers, but a good one I have at home in my library is 800 Years of Women's Letters. I love it because it gives a voice to women who were silenced in past centuries.

What's your favorite book?

I can't narrow it down to one. Each book I get is an adoption to me. They're all my children.

What book do you love but you're afraid to admit it?

Jurassic Park. Just the idea of being able to bring those awe-inspiring beings back to life, and the perils of playing god, was good food for thought, and even though the book felt superficial, it was a fun read.


Our society would be far healthier if more people loved to read. I wish I had more time to read. But this sounds like a terrific group.

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