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The Sandcastle Girls

An Armenian-American man once said to me, “When you meet another Armenian, anywhere at all, you instantly feel at home.”

As an Armenian-American, I completely understood this sentiment. 490 more words


Book Review - Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty

I have read a few of Liane Moriarty’s books so when her new book came out I was pretty stoked.

The book is centred around an accident that occurred at a BBQ with some neighbours. 145 more words


Hey, Leaguer's...guess what time it is?

Just a friendly reminder that we will be meeting this Sunday, October 2nd at 4 p.m. We’ll go over some of the great reviews received this past month and eat pizza!                              11 more words

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HTL Book Club

Last Saturday I attended the National Book Festival. An idea hit me while I was listening to Jacqueline Woodson’s panel discussion with Jay McInerney.

The exact words fail me, but she was talking about… 308 more words


September Book Club Time!

Yay! It’s Harry Potter Book Club of the First time! So if you haven’t finished reading yet: don’t read the threads. Well, maybe even this post, though I’m only sharing very generalized opinions up here. 263 more words

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Meet the Author - Tom Seaman

About Tom Seaman

Tom Seaman earned his Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education and Psychology in 1994. After college he pursued private business ventures in the health education field. 1,368 more words


The Faraway North by Ian Cumpstey - Review

Title – The Faraway North: Scandinavian Ballads
Author – Ian Cumpstey
Genre –  Poetry/Ballards
Length –  91 Pages
Publication – June 2016
My Rating –  4/5 Stars… 536 more words

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