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Hunter's Claim (A Pack of His Own #1)

     Author: Emily Carrington

     Publisher: Loose Id

     Rating: 2.5 stars

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     Type: Standalone Novel

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Blurb: Luis Delgado, psychic vampire, is in lust with a half werewolf who thinks Luis is a monster. 1,090 more words

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Murder On The Mountain

     Author: Jamie Fessenden

     Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

     Rating: 3.5 stars

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     Type: Standalone Novel

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Blurb: When Jesse Morales, a recent college grad who aspires to be a mystery writer, volunteers to work on the summit of Mt. 1,004 more words

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The Governor Can't Help You

Check out Faye Riva Cohen’s blog post “The Governor Can’t Help You” on her blog Toughlawyerlady here.

Attorney

Fr. 562

Having drawn what normative conclusions and shortcomings can be drawn from Faye’s “lost (super)continents”, we move now to the final element of his presentation. We will call attention here is the question of time or temporality. 677 more words

Philosophy

Fr. 561

To come back to the point at issue here, whether identity is in fact identities, against Faye, we could perhaps maintain that identity will inevitably be singular in that its terms are to be located within a single individual and these thus belong to that same individual. 764 more words

Philosophy

Fr. 560

Does Faye’s presentation of self and identity as a lost supercontinent best help us to make sense of our lives and thus meet the Best Account test? 687 more words

Philosophy

Fr. 559

Let’s continue by questioning whether Faye’s archeologico-geographical image of self and identity fares better than its rivals and whether his underlying method holds water.

Put simply, how is Faye’s interpretation? 488 more words

Philosophy