Anyone interested in this text as a reading group? Maybe a cautionary tale for mothers raising boys? Definitely buying it and responding as a critical reader of American Literature <3
I would be totally open to a mixed group, but we have to have the group in the women's area, if I were to participate. For all intents and purposes, Roosh seems like he was raised to be a super sweet kid, and I think it would be interesting to read it as a travelogue of a young man who was experiencing the world away from home for the first time.Would this be a woman's reading group only or a mixed group?
My favorite administrators were always ones that wanted to see lesson plans for the following week on Friday and take them home over the weekend to make sure they were written right But that was before the internet. I'm excited to have someone join me!
Well, I live on an old pig farm? Seventh generation playing Cookie Clicker until bedtime with me right now.For those who wish to talk about Paraguay, another book, with an even more obscure title:
Is it really that long ago?
Got my copy today,
Kind of reads like juvenile lit so far.
I have never participated in a book club,
HUDSON, Ohio — A book intended to prepare Hudson High School students for college now has parents in an uproar.
They said the contents of the book are inappropriate for their children and now, they’re demanding reform and transparency from the school board.
“Write a sex scene you wouldn't show your mom. Rewrite the sex scene from above into one that you let your mom read. Describe your favorite part of a man's body using only verbs,” said parent Monica Haven.
Those are some of the writing prompts found inside the book, '642 Things to Write About.' [article link]
Copy should come tomorrow over here.
Sounds like a fast read. I am very interested in the content tone comparison to American Pilgrim.
It has been so long since reading secular content as a memoir, and need to remind myself to brace for the content - given the targeted audience.
Long ago I use to work at a bookstore as a young adult. There was a lady there working just for the discount on books. She used her part time money working there to purchase Romance Novels. One time, out of curiosity, I flipped through one of those novels - I was not expecting what I read from such an innocent looking cover.
Only once and the worst book club pick was 50 Shades of Grey. What a joke - I lost valuable time reading that book.
I really don't feel like anything is particularly racy or inappropriate. It's secular.
not had the time or motivation to read anything that wasn't academic until now. Except for Becoming Mrs. Lewis, a horrible historical creative non-fiction, and now this. Maybe a few other memoirs.
It's descriptive and reminds me of travelling abroad when I was much younger