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Awakening Awareness

Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exact man.” Sir Francis Bacon (Thompson, 2013, p. 56)

 In our book club meeting on Tuesday, October 21, the discussion of writing and writer audience was a focus. 793 more words

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Keeping Track

The first week and a half of school is over, and I gotta say, I’m kicking ass. So far I’m ahead of due dates and deadlines. 527 more words

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Artful: An Interim Review

Read:  2014

Author:  Peter David

Published:  2014

Genre:  Urban Fantasy

Pages:  290

Selected By:  Elle Tea

Elle Tea’s Review:  645 more words

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Picking Up the Tempo

I got a walking cast day before yesterday, so I am crutch-free. I don’t have health insurance. I keep expecting to get a job and get all that paperwork done. 254 more words

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Americanah

Americanah, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie made for a very spirited discussion earlier this month.  First and foremost, Adichie does not want us to identify with the main characters, Ifemelu and Obinze.  521 more words

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The Screwtape Letters Reading Guide

As October comes to an end I hope that you were able to enjoy this month’s book club selection, The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. I loved it. 2,090 more words

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Book Review: The Midwich Cuckoos- John Wyndham

****

This was actually the first traditional ‘aliens impregnate humans’ story that I’ve ever read. It’s certainly well written, and a very strange story, and I really liked it. 303 more words

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