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Salvage the bones

A novel in the Pittsburgh library, on the “recommended by staff” shelf, looked like a good story to read while struggling through Dostoievsky and simultaneously, through one of the best biblical studies I have read this year. 355 more words

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Of Mice and Men Book Review

Recently, I have been reading the novel, “Of Mice and Men,” by John Steinbeck. In my opinion, it is a pretty good book, but I think it needs a little bit more action in its plot. 283 more words

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Day 23: On The Slate

After a little negotiating, I’m allowed to give some information about the upcoming projects in the works for my novels and comics.  Here’s what’s going on: 453 more words

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Cover Your Ass(ets), Part 3: Double Your Coverage

In reviewing the last installment, we found that too many generic, common, and misleading terms were used. These advice columns are written in spare time around standard NDAS work; even we slip into popular lingo when we should not. 82 more words

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Arthur Miller International Literary Festival, Autumn 2014: Ian McEwan

Tonight I visited the University of East Anglia (UEA) to attend Ian McEwan’s lecture as part of the university’s autumn literary festival. I was first introduced to McEwan as part of my AS studies last year: I compared McEwan’s… 425 more words

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Day 22: Corrupt Politicians and Brainwashed Sheep

Without getting too political, I think we can all agree that most politicians are corrupt, liars, or are too partisan.  This was inspiration for the main antagonist in my next three novels. 230 more words

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