Having risen to reviewer fame by authoring over 12,800 book reviews for Amazon.com and being names one of the 2006 Time's People of the Year. Harriet now brings her skill, and love of the tomb, to the Communities at the Washington Times.
Born in the Bronx before the Dodgers and Giants left for the other Coast, Harriet has her masters in Library Science from Queen College. My thesis topic was the Impact of Science Fiction Reading by High School Seniors on Standardized ...Read More
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Born in the Bronx before the Dodgers and Giants left for the other Coast, Harriet has her masters in Library Science from Queen College. My thesis topic was the Impact of Science Fiction Reading by High School Seniors on Standardized Reading Scores.
Harriet now lives in Georgia with husband Stan, whom she met in a Bronx outdoor cafe when her read her palm, and their child. Harriet now works in a library book acquisition department as she crafts her book reviews.
Harriet was named one of Time Magazine’s 2006 "Persons of the Year" for authoring 12,895 book reviews for Amazon.com .