Fun Facts Friday: Erik Karlfeldt

Erik Karlfeldt (20 July, 1864 – 8 April, 1931) was a popular Swedish poet, member of the Swedish Academy, and winner of the 1931 Nobel Prize in Literature. Books by Erik Karlfeldt* The poet was born Erik Axel Eriksson on a family farm in Karlbo. In 1889 he changed his last name to Karlfeldt in […]

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Book Review: Professor at Large: The Cornell Years by John Cleese

In this age, where anti-intellectualism is sadly seen as positive personality trademark by many, it’s nice to read a book which doesn’t shy from it, but embraces this aspect of humanity.

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Graphic Novel Review: Batman: Detective Comics (Rebirth) Vol. 4: Deus Ex Machina by James Tynion IV

A solid book of the Detective Comics series. Batman (Bruce Wayne) teams up with Zatanna, the magician, and the reader gets to view a bit of their history.

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Fun Facts Friday: John Clare

John Clare (13 July, 1934 – 20 May 1864) was an English poet who wrote about the English countryside. Books by John Clare* As the son of a farmer, the poet worked in agriculture as a small boy, but attended school until the ripe old age of 12. Some of young Mr. Clare’s favorite books […]

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Book Review: The Middleman by Olen Steinhauer

The first thing I noticed, right off when starting to read this novel, is that it is absolutely believable and well written

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Book Review: The Private Life of Victoria by Alexander MacDonald

The author writes about the way Queen Victoria conducted her personal relationships before, and during, her reign

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Fun Facts Friday: Bessie Head

The Bessie head Heritage Trust and the Bessie Head Literature Awards were established in 2007

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Book Review: A Passion for Leadership by Robert M. Gates

The book is a tell all narrative on how to manage and implement change in vast organizations.

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Book Review: How Google Works by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg

Book Review: How Google Works by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg

About: How Google Works by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg is a non-fiction book about the business practices of this famous company. Mr. Schmidt was the Executive Chairman of Google from 2001 to 2017 and Alphabet Inc. from 2015 to 2017, Mr. Rosenberg is the former Senior Vice President of Products at Google and current advisor to […]

Guest Post: Confessions of a Clone by Hester Velmans

Guest Post: Confessions of a Clone by Hester Velmans

Hester Velmans CONFESSIONS OF A CLONE   In the debate about the wisdom of cloning a beloved dog, as Barbara Streisand recently did, one assumption is that at some point, when the technology has been refined, rich people who can afford it will want to clone themselves, out of a narcissistic desire to see an […]

Graphic Novel Review: Super Sons (Rebirth) Vol. 1: When I Grow Up by Peter J. Tomasi & Chris Burnham

Graphic Novel Review: Super Sons (Rebirth) Vol. 1: When I Grow Up by Peter J. Tomasi & Chris Burnham

I noticed that I’m enjoying this book way more than I should. It was a real nice surprise and I’m glad my friend recommended it to me.

Fun Facts Friday: Samuel Beckett

Fun Facts Friday: Samuel Beckett

Samuel Barclay Beckett (13 April, 1906 – 22 December, 1989) was a Nobel Prize winning playwright and novelist from Ireland. Mr. Beckett is mostly known for his play Waiting for Godot.. Image from http://jamartprints.com/product/samuel-beckett-signed-print-2/ Works by Samuel Beckett* In 1906, 13 April fell on Good Friday as well as Friday the 13th. Mr. Beckett always […]

Book Review: The Hawkman: A Fairy Tale of the Great War by Jane Rosenberg LaForge

Book Review: The Hawkman: A Fairy Tale of the Great War by Jane Rosenberg LaForge

The prose flows, the story is mystical and powerful at the same time

Giveaway: The Night the Lights Went Out by Karen White

Giveaway: The Night the Lights Went Out by Karen White

The publisher is giving away one (1) copy, please enter using the Rafflecopter form at the end of the post. From the New York Times bestselling author of the Tradd Street series comes a stunning new novel about a young single mother who discovers that the nature of friendship is never what it seems…. Recently divorced, Merilee […]

Book Review: House of Rougeaux by Jenny Jaeckel

Book Review: House of Rougeaux by Jenny Jaeckel

A good story but not one that gets a hold of you and doesn’t let go

Graphic Novel Review: James Bond: Kill Chain by Andy Diggle

Graphic Novel Review: James Bond: Kill Chain by Andy Diggle

The artwork is excellent, this is the way I imagined James Bond to be when I was reading the Ian Fleming novels.

Fun Facts Friday: Seán O’Casey

Fun Facts Friday: Seán O’Casey

Seán O’Casey (30 March, 1880 – 18 September, 1964) was an Irish dramatist and playwright. 1)      Suffering from poor eyesight, you Mr. O’Casey had trouble at school, but taught himself to read and write by age 13. 2)      His father died with he was six years old, and the family (of thirteen!) had to move from house […]

Book Review: The Saint of Wolves and Butchers by Alex Grecian

Book Review: The Saint of Wolves and Butchers by Alex Grecian

A fun and exciting read

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