Category Archives: Reader’s Rights

Quote of the Week

“Censorship and the suppression of reading materials are rarely about family values and almost always about control, about who is snapping the whip, who is saying no, and who is saying go. Censorship’s bottom line is this: if the novel … Continue reading

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Sometimes the Movie is Better

Don’t believe me?  Here are a few examples I know it isn’t a popular thing to say but sometimes the movie is better than the book.  At least in some aspect.  Maybe it’s the kind of story that benefits from … Continue reading

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That’s Not How It Happened In the Movie!

No, that’s not a typo.  I know there is some debate about whether it is better to read the book or see the film adaptation first.  Frankly, I don’t care.  I love movies just about as much as I love books.  I … Continue reading

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Road Trippin’

I love to travel; to see new sights, to learn about new places, to observe people from all over.  I especially love a road trip.  Since childhood, I’ve loved the sound of the highway passing under the speeding tires, the … Continue reading

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A Game of Groans

Reading, in my opinion, is a very personal activity.  Sure you can form book clubs to discuss the books you read, write blogs about books and reading, write reviews of those books on social media, and share your love with family, … Continue reading

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