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Treat Yourself Like Someone You Are Responsible For Helping (or Rule 2)

Jordan B. Peterson has captured the attention of many people like me who are yearning for some heterodoxy. Upon hearing or reading his dissidence, you’ll think it is what used to be called common sense. 1,167 more words

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Up in Arms: How the Bundy Family Hijacked Public Lands, Outfoxed the Federal Government, and Ignited America’s Patriot Militia Movement

I really didn’t expect to like this book, but I was drawn into it and read it right through. 465 more words

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The Shadow of the Wind - Book Review

Daniel is a 10 year old boy in Barcelona. One cold morning of 1945, his father takes him to the “Cemetery of the Forgotten Books”; a library where rare and forgotten books are preserved safely. 261 more words

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Aleph Olio Presents...

Let me introduce you to Aleph Olio:

What is Aleph Olio? A new book series from Aleph Book Co.

Their initiative? To bring forth the finest of writings on themes and scenarios that captures the unique and diverse elements of India. 911 more words

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Book Review: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

Book: Born a Crime

Author: Trevor Noah

Year Published: 2016

Genre: Nonfiction, autobiography

Plot Overview:

Trevor Noah’s book is a collection of stories about his childhood and growing up in South Africa during apartheid, how he was literally… 427 more words

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Review + Recipe: The Mother-In-Law by Sally Hepworth + Chicken Parm Recipe!

Happy Publication Day to Sally Hepworth’s The Mother-In-Law!! This was a super fun read that I had the pleasure of discussing with the wonderful members of the Traveling Sisters group on Goodreads. 1,360 more words

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The Wicked King by Holly Black

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Power is much easier to acquire than it is to hold on to”

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In this sequel to “The Cruel Prince” by Holly Black. We continue the story of Jude Duarte, a human in the realm of Elfhame, who is struggling to hold on to her newly acquired power over its high King Cardan and his subjects.

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