Author Archives: Kerry

Book Review: Capital and the Common Good

When markets fail to produce broad-based and sustainable public goods,  it is up to governments, multilateral agencies, philanthropists and well-wishers to step in and save the day through innovative finance.

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What I have learned from Booktube and Book Blogging

Yesterday WordPress politely reminded me that I have been on this platform for 7 years! I feel like such a blogging grandma! As you may have read, I have written about my own struggles

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How to meet your Goodreads goal while actually reading (good) books

Goodreads has to be one of the social media’s gems for bibliophiles. If actively used, it is a wonderful platform to connect with fellow book lovers and keep track of your reading habits. Having surpassed my goal of 20 by … Continue reading

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Books to Read on WWII and the Holocaust

On January 1, 2016, the copyright to Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf expired.  Book sales continue to soar a year after it was reprinted in Germany. This book that was first published in the 1920s and formed the basis for Nazi … Continue reading

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My Literary Blindspots

I feel that over the last couple of years, the Booktube and Bookblogging community has been making a conscious effort to read more diversely. Given current world and the living in the information, people do not have an excuse to become more knowledgeable about pertinent cultural issues. Continue reading

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