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Quarter-Pole Review of My Year In Reading

As we reach the end of March, I’m now beginning to notice just how quickly this first three months of the year has just flown by!  The days seem to go by faster each and every year, or maybe that’s just me.  With March coming to an end, I thought I would go ahead and […]

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A Look Back At Beltwayliterature’s January 2011

What a great start to 2011 here at Beltwayliterature!  This month, I set my goals for the year for my year in reading.  This year, I have set a goal of 13 books.  My 2011 Goals Post shows what books I’m planning on tackling this year.  While 13 may not seem like a lot, when […]

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My Thoughts On Dreams From My Father

Yesterday I managed to complete my reading of President Obama’s Dreams From My Father.  I found the President’s story to be quite interesting.  I definitely learned a lot about his background and the difficulties he went through in not only discovering his racial background, but about the man himself. I find it very noble that […]

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Teaser Tuesday – Dreams From My Father

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly meme hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following: Grab your current read Open to a random page Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too […]

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First Impressions – Dreams From My Father

I’m a couple of days into reading President Obama’s memoir, Dreams From My Father.  The book is divided into three sections, Origins, Chicago, and Kenya.  Earlier today I completed the first part Origins.  The book flows very nicely and is, surprisingly, very quick to read.  In this first section, the President speaks about his difficulties […]

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Now Reading – Dreams From My Father

For my second book of 2011, I have decided to read President Obama’s first book, Dreams From My Father, A Story of Race and Inheritance.  I checked this book out from the library on Tuesday evening, and decided I would go ahead and read this book before taking up the second book of my Marx […]

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