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Michele

Michele Pesula Kuegler is the founder of PeKu Publications and chief foodie at Think Tasty. She runs this one-woman show focusing on creating new recipes to delight her family, friends, and herself.


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by Michele Pesula Kuegler on November 16th, 2011
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I always have had a passion for reading.  As a child, there was a neverending list of books that I wanted to read and a stack of books on my bedside table.  As an adult, the demands of work, home, and family tend to take most of the hours in my day.  However, there is nothing quite like the satisfaction of reading a great book, so I try to make etch a small amount of time for reading into my schedule on a daily basis.

This past weekend, I had more time than usual.  (Thank goodness for a quiet weekend of work and the two-week lull between high school sports!)  In anticipation of this time, I decided to take a trip to my local library.  While there I chose one book that was a guilty pleasure, quick-read sort of book.  For the second, I turned to my to-be-read list that I keep in a journal on my desk.

This journal is filled with an assortment of book titles.  Some of them are classics that I want to reread.  Others are books that I find while browsing in a bookstore.  Others are reviews that I have read on ‘Bout Books.

After devouring my quick read on Saturday, I started a book that I had been meaning to read for a while, The Water Is Wide.  Although the review of the author was published in February of this year, having added several of his books to my to-be-read list made the search for good reading easier.  Of course, there are many other books that have piqued my interest.  Some of them include 1 Dead in Attic and Eden Springs.

If you’re seeking something new to add to your reading repertoire, give ‘Bout Books a try.  With many reviews covering books from a variety of genres, you’re sure to find something pleasing.


Michele

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