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Book Review: I Am Malala

Read for: FABClub Monthly Memoir April 2014
Rating: 3/5
Malala is certainly an eloquent, courageous and intelligent young woman. Her quest to speak out against the Taliban and in favour of education for women and girls in Pakistan (and India, and Afghanistan, and worldwide, really) is necessary and she is the perfect spokes person for the cause. 358 more words


In which I am Not an Asshole: a brief true story

The wife and I just got back from a brief shopping trip that included a stop at Barnes and Noble.  This is an educator discount week (25% off of everything) so it was worth it to putter around a little bit.   93 more words


Bubbling Over with Good News

…but I can’t tell you just yet, so I’ll share some other great news that I can divulge! Namely, the first issue of Fantasy Scroll Magazine… 207 more words

Viable Paradise

Adulterous Woman Sex Act Sin In Flagrante Sinner: ADULT MATERIAL

This post is ‘inspired’ (if that’s the right word -which I doubt) by the above legend: a search term I found upon my blog today. So, I have appeared to go along with the title, whilst actually doing something very different – as you will see, if you persevere to the end! 1,057 more words

Easy Reading

Are You Spending Too Much On Reading Programs?

Are You Spending Too Much On Reading Programs For Your Child?One thing that parents often do in their hope to help their child succeed in reading… 469 more words


H is for Heroes... and Sheroes

My heroes throughout life have been few, whether man or woman. I have often felt ignored by people, with little encouragement from others. So I took books to heart as my great teachers, with a few songs and poems sprinkled in to add flavor and zest. 185 more words

Social Justice

A To Z Blogging Challenge: P - Point Of View

Every writer out there can relate to today’s post. I want to talk about point of view for today’s A to Z post because I want to see what my fellow readers and writers have to say about it. 272 more words