Celebrating One Thousand Posts

number1000This is the one-thousandth post for the No Charge Bookbunch.  Thanks to faithful followers and to all who just stop by now and then.  I’ve enjoyed the writing and the connection with all of you.

To mark the event, I revisited all those posts and organized them into lists of years on a new page that now appears under the masthead  The Annual Lists of Books Read – my reading and reviewing record since 2009. I hope you’ll stop by and compare notes – and send me your recommendations for good books I’ve missed.

I’m always looking for another book to devour – aren’t you?21007

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Eat What You Read – Edible Books

The fourth annual Edible Book Contest, sponsored by the University of Hawaii library, offered readers a chance to see their favorite book covers in fondant – and eat the author’s sugary words.

The Hawai‘i Edible Book Contest is part of The International Edible Book Festival (www.diffusionadage.com), a global celebration founded in honor of French gastronome, Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (1755-1826).  Famous for his book, Physiologie du goūt, a witty meditation on food, Brillat-Savarin’s birthday was April 1.

Samples of some “food for thought”….

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