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How We Think


How We Think, Author: John Dewey.

By Maria Popova – What separates thinking, a basic human faculty we take for granted, from thinking well? 52 more words


The Wednesday Review: Sarina Bowen's The Ivy Years

The Wednesday Review is my pick for the book you absolutely, positively have to read this month. They run the gamut from romance to literary fiction, but they all have one thing in common – a story that sinks its claws in and won’t let go. 694 more words

Amanda K Byrne

Review--The Way Inn

“Your personal details aren’t the new currency, but they are the new price of admission.”

The Way Inn is an exceptionally well-written novel of acute observation and creative imagery in a world both real and surreal. 271 more words


While Beauty Slept by Elizabeth Blackwell

For as long as there have been fairy tales, there have been writers who retell and reimagine them. Recently we’ve seen many new takes on old stories, from feature films like… 408 more words

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Why We Broke Up

I didn’t have internet for the better portion of last week, and then after they came and “fixed it” the internet keeps coming and going whenever it feels like it (very dial up, if you guys remember that). 353 more words


Book Review – An Exploration of Fairness

By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

An Exploration of Fairness: Interdisciplinary Inquiries in Law, Science and the Humanities
By Janis P. Sarra
Toronto: Carswell, 2013
399 pp

Fairness is one of those topics that we can all agree on having an innate comprehension of, but often have difficulties expressing a definition. 255 more words

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★★★ Dumping Las Vegas by J.P. Bowie ★★★

Dumping Las Vegas


J.P. Bowie

Publisher: Wilde City Press


When Jerry Peterson’s brother Mike begs for help in paying off a Las Vegas gambling debt, Jerry reluctantly travels to the city he loathes. 527 more words

M/m Romance