Book Review: Disclaimer by Renée Knight

What I thought would be tedious, turned out to be a great and unex­pected read.

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Giveaway & Guest Post & Excerpt: Avalon — A Heart Warming True Cat Story

*Avalon spoke a few words of French. They were well-pronounced meows that coin­ci­den­tally resem­bled the French vocab­u­lary, but it had peo­ple fooled every time.

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Twitter Update for Week Ending 23 May, 2015

Some of my favorite tweets from the past week

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Fun Facts Friday: Arthur Conan Doyle

Trained as a physi­cian, he opened a prac­tice but closed it because he never received any patients.

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Giveaway: Reagan by H.W. Brands

A few days ago I pub­lished my thoughts on Rea­gan: The Life by H.W. Brands, a biog­ra­phy of the 40th pres­i­dent of the United States. I thought this was an excel­lent, inter­est­ing biog­ra­phy which is bal­anced and a joy to read. The book is engag­ing and I will cer­tainly ref­er­ence it in the future. The […]

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Book Review: The Leopard Tree by Tim Merriman and Lisa Brochu

I really liked the char­ac­ters of the book, the three Kenyan orphans are engag­ing and like­able. I also liked how the author took the Wiz­ard of Oz and weaved that nar­ra­tive into his sto­ry­line through­out the book.

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Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 16 May, 2015

Some of my favorite tweets from the past week.

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Fun Facts Friday: L. Frank Baum

Mr. Baum was an adamant sup­porter of women’s rights. His mother in law, Matilda Joslyn Gage, even wrote a book, His­tory of Woman Suf­frage (avail­ble for free) with Susan B. Anthony, how­ever it is said she did not like her son-in-law very much.

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Book Review: Disclaimer by Renée Knight

Book Review: Disclaimer by Renée Knight

What I thought would be tedious, turned out to be a great and unex­pected read.

Giveaway & Guest Post & Excerpt: Avalon — A Heart Warming True Cat Story

Giveaway <span class=& Guest Post & Excerpt: Avalon — A Heart Warming True Cat Story"/>

*Avalon spoke a few words of French. They were well-pronounced meows that coin­ci­den­tally resem­bled the French vocab­u­lary, but it had peo­ple fooled every time.

Twitter Update for Week Ending 23 May, 2015

Twitter Update for Week Ending 23 May, 2015

Some of my favorite tweets from the past week

Fun Facts Friday: Arthur Conan Doyle

Fun Facts Friday: Arthur Conan Doyle

Trained as a physi­cian, he opened a prac­tice but closed it because he never received any patients.

Giveaway: Reagan by H.W. Brands

Giveaway: Reagan by H.W. Brands

A few days ago I pub­lished my thoughts on Rea­gan: The Life by H.W. Brands, a biog­ra­phy of the 40th pres­i­dent of the United States. I thought this was an excel­lent, inter­est­ing biog­ra­phy which is bal­anced and a joy to read. The book is engag­ing and I will cer­tainly ref­er­ence it in the future. The […]

Book Review: The Leopard Tree by Tim Merriman and Lisa Brochu

Book Review: The Leopard Tree by Tim Merriman and Lisa Brochu

I really liked the char­ac­ters of the book, the three Kenyan orphans are engag­ing and like­able. I also liked how the author took the Wiz­ard of Oz and weaved that nar­ra­tive into his sto­ry­line through­out the book.

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 16 May, 2015

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 16 May, 2015

Some of my favorite tweets from the past week.

Fun Facts Friday: L. Frank Baum

Fun Facts Friday: L. Frank Baum

Mr. Baum was an adamant sup­porter of women’s rights. His mother in law, Matilda Joslyn Gage, even wrote a book, His­tory of Woman Suf­frage (avail­ble for free) with Susan B. Anthony, how­ever it is said she did not like her son-in-law very much.

No Don Quixotes' permitted

No Don Quixotes' permitted

Book Review: Reagan by H.W. Brands

Book Review: Reagan by H.W. Brands

The book fol­lows Rea­gan from his youth, his Hol­ly­wood career, his pres­i­dency (which gets the lion share of the book of course) and to his death.

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