Friday Fifteen

It’s finally Friday, which means it’s time for the Friday Fifteen. Here are this week’s fifteen-word reviews:

Down Among the Women by Fay Weldon
Pretty sure I wrote a paper about this but can’t remember any details now.

The Dreamer’s Dictionary by Stearn Robinson and Tom Corbett
Had a few of these in my astrology phase. This one seemed pretty solid.

Super Sleepover Guide by Susan Saunders
Sleepover party themes include “makeover” and “Olympics.” Mine were usually “Dream Phone” themed.

Speak the Speech!: Shakespeare’s Monologues Illuminated by Rhona Silverbush and Sami Plotkin
I don’t think this was ever going to help my one-and-only Shakespeare audition go better.

The Essential Baker: The Comprehensive Guide to Baking with Chocolate, Fruit, Nuts, Spices, and Other Ingredients by Carole Bloom
Probably my favorite cookbook. Organized well, with delicious recipes. Double fig tart, anyone?

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