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Bibliolinks: On Pulitzer Prizes, antique globes, and cool libraries

Happy Friday!  This week, I registered for a summer class, kept plugging away at my final class projects, plus attended an SLA neighborhood dinner.  I will hopefully be planning a short trip this weekend to celebrate the upcoming end of the semester and rest and reinvigorate myself.   288 more words

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The Divide By Matt Taibbi

The Divide is the latest book by Matt Taibbi.  Taibbi is a long time writer for Rolling Stone and this is his fourth or fifth book. 140 more words


Audio Book Review: The Catastrophic History Of You And Me

Book: The Catastrophic History Of You And Me by Jess Rothenberg, narrated by Suzy Jackson

Published February 2012 by Recorded Books|Length: 9 hours, 32 minutes… 565 more words


Short Stories by Jason Gurley

I’ve been reading quite a lot lately. I recently got a Kindle HDX for my bday, and it’s about time too, because reading from my gs3 was starting to hurt my head. 329 more words


The Friday 56, #6

The Friday 56 is a weekly blog meme hosted by Freda’s Voice. Join in every Friday, the rules are simple.


*Grab a book, any book. 217 more words


West of the West Wind - Nils-Johan Jørgensen

Nils-Johan Jørgensen is a master teller of folk tales for children which draw on myth and legend from cultures around the world. His first collection; North of the North Wind included four stories based on Nordic fairy tales, set in curious dreamscapes.

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A Sacrifice? Look past Easter to what Jesus really did @Enwrightened

Have you ever wondered why Jesus dying was a sacrifice at all? I mean, he is God and would rise again anyway, so how is that a sacrifice on Jesus’ or The Father’s part? 65 more words