Book Notes

KBACH/Changing Hands Bookstore "Book Notes", February, 2015 Call Me Debbie—True Confessions of a Down-to-earth Diva, by Deborah Voight, Harper, 2015 "...you’ll come away from this book not only loving Voights artistry and talent, but also loving her as a person, and admiring her for going through this ring of fire and coming out the other side. After reading this memoir, Debbie’s more than a talented Diva—she’s family." --Randy Kinkel, KBAQ (Meet Debbie at Changing Hands bookstore at 3 pm Feb 15th!) Listen:
KBACH/ Changing Hands Bookstore Book Notes Selection for January

 The KBACH/Changing Hands Bookstore Book Notes selection for January is "My Salinger Year" By Joanna Rakoff,  Alfred Knoph, 2014. 

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KBACH/Changing Hands Book Store Book Notes for December, 2014 "a very fine accounting of a wonderful life and career in music from a woman who is inspirational on many levels, in many ways, not just in the arts but in life as well" -- Randy Kinkel, KBACH Listen:
KBACH/Changing Hands Bookstore Book Notes, Nov. 2014 A new manifesto on the creative process from a master of the impossible-- "Creativity: The Perfect Crime" by Philippe Petit, the man who walked a high wire between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. Listen:
KBACH/Changing Hands Bookstore Book Notes Selection for September, 2014

If you've ever thought about going back and picking up that old instrument you used to play as a kid, Ari Goldman's book "The Late Starter orchestra" may just give you the inspiration you need to do it.  Goldman, a former new York Times Reporter and Author of the book "The Search For God at Harvard", now teaches Journalism at Columbia, but once upon a time, he was a cellist.  or at least a cello student.  he decides to start playing again, and finds the group of amaeur string players called "The Late Starters Orchestra" that meets every week in an abandoned coat factory in Ma

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