Category Archives: Lisa’s Reading

45 for 45 by Lisa L. Leibow

#Commit to sharing my resistance via tweet-length stanzas – 140 characters max. #Resist #Commit to the careful choice of words. #Resist #Commit to finding truth amidst the lies. #Resist #Commit to understanding that “alt-right” is a euphemism for white nationalist … Continue reading

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Reading at Writers Resist

“Our democracy is at risk. Growing public cynicism and an alarming disdain for truthfulness is eroding our most dearly held democratic ideals. As writers we have tremendous power to bypass empty political discourse and focus public attention on the ideals of a … Continue reading

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Reading is Sexy Kindle Party

I had a great time at the Soundry in Vienna last night at the Reading is Sexy Kindle Party. (iPad, Sony e-reader, and Nook-loving public are all included even though the name says “Kindle”). What’s a Kindle Party? It’s a … Continue reading

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Join Me for A Wild Night at Art Carnage

This has been a crazy week! The Thundersnow left trees down, commuters stranded, schools closed for the week, and I’m feeling completely discombobulated. I really need to blow off some steam — get out and have a good time. It … Continue reading

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New Year Brings New Opportunities

Happy New Year to Fodder for Fiction readers! The New Year is starting off great. I thought I’d give a little teaser on some upcoming events on my calendar. I’ve been invited to read my work at some upcoming events. … Continue reading

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April 2010 WHAT I’M READING

This month, so far, I read The Photograph by Penelope Lively. The Photograph was an interesting combination of prose character portrait and mystery. I love the premise of an historian trying to put together the pieces of the life of … Continue reading

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WHAT I’M READING – MARCH 2010

As I promised last month, after tackling Roots, my next read was going to be something light and funny. I read Fluke by Christopher Moore. I didn’t like it as much as Fool but it provided some good chuckles. The … Continue reading

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February: What I’m Reading

I’m a little behind on my 50 books in a year pace this month. But that’s because I tackled two hefty titles (both over 800 pages).I read the epic saga, Roots by Alex Haley. It was a masterpiece. I’m fascinated … Continue reading

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WHAT I’M READING

This month, so far, I have read Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf, You Are Not A Stranger Here by Adam Haslet, Twilight by Stephanie Meyer, and Portrait Of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. I’m in the middle of The Omnivore’s … Continue reading

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