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Novelacious on FB now (Yippee)

The official fan page of “Novelacious” is now available on facebook.
Book lovers, kindly visit the page and like it.
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My original intent of my blog was to post about stupid and funny things that people do and say and other weird things that happen that I just don’t get. 46 more words

Three Things

To finally blog for The Baby Whale, I actually have to be a baby whale and so I thought I’d at least give you a little something to work with by showing you the favorites on my food radar as of lately. 419 more words

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GRRR School

School is getting in the way of life at the moment. I barely have time for myself balancing work and school and trying for a social life. 153 more words

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Madame Blanche, Beauty Doctor (Thanhouser, 1915)

Madame Blanche, Beauty Doctor (Thanhouser, 1915)
Directed by Arthur Ellery
Starring Harry Benham

Bob (Harry Benham) is a college boy who’s “squandered fortune”. He goes to his guardian (Riley Chamberlin) in search of fresh funds. 527 more words

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#Diversiverse Review: Intisar Khanani - Thorn

My first read for Aarti’s A More Diverse Universe challenge can be declared a success. I am still very careful with self-published titles but if enough recommendations float my way, I usually give the book in question a try. 1,261 more words

Fantasy

The Light of Faith (Hope Hampton, 1927)

The Light of Faith (Hope Hampton, 1927)
Directed by Clarence Brown
Starring Hope Hampton, E.K. Lincoln, and Lon Chaney

The Light in the Dark was a seven reel (about 90 minute) feature released in 1922 starring Hope Hampton. 1,054 more words

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