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A Few Updates

I just wanted to post a few updates on what little adventures I have planned for the next few months. I really have nothing big planned for the month of March – the only little thing I have going on is that I am going to start getting ready to get my TEFL certification. 220 more words

Bucket List

6 Things That Make A Good Book

Over the past week, I’ve got back into the swing of reading which has made me think about what makes a good book. What makes a good book is different for everyone but here are my 6 points which makes a book good. 560 more words

A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin

3/5 stars.
Paperback, 936 pages.
Read from January 19 to February 07, 2015.

I consumed most of this novel while lounging on a beach of white sands and blue water so I’m pretty sure my environment added to the likability of this book as, let’s be honest, it doesn’t really have much going on for it plot-wise and isn’t what we’ve come to expect from George R.R. 452 more words

3 Star

Embracing Fear

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Originally posted at Fat Slow Triathlete

This life coaching thing is really started me thinking on how I am as a person and what has been driving me all these years to get me where I am today. 1,881 more words

Breaking Bad

THE DRAGON MEETS THE DWARF

With its fast approaching premiere of season 5 of the mega hit series Game of Thrones,  HBO has unleashed a new set of sneak peeks to share more glimpses of the upcoming installment. 89 more words

COUCH POTATO

Wastelands 2: More Stories of the Apocalypse Review

By Carl W.

Wastelands 2 is the follow-up to editor John Joseph Adams’ 2008 anthology. The collection focuses on stories published after 2008, but about 40% do predate the original anthology. 644 more words

Review

A Storm of Swords 2: Blood and Gold - George R.R. Martin

That was for the good at least. The one-armed armorer was hard headed, tough, and well seasoned in war. Ser Wynton Stout, on the other hand . 866 more words

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