To Grieve, We Began a Book Club for Two
Our first book club discussion was a learning experience.
notThe Big Honey HuntNancy DrewThree Investigators
ATale of Two Cities
The Prose Writings of Heinrich Heine
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
The Year of Magical Thinking
The Emperor of All Maladies
The Lighthouse at the End of the World
hadWhere Is Joe Merchant
the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany climbed over 10,000the first coronavirus-related death in my parent’s county in Texas was announcedThe Lighthouse at the End of the World
Cindy Brzostowski is a freelance writer and editor based in Berlin. Her writing has been featured in a variety of publications, including Thrillist, Greatist, and Time Out. When not writing, reading, or eating, you can probably find her making an itinerary for her next adventure or dreaming about pizza. See more of her work at www.cindybrz.com.
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