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Stories I only tell my Friends- Rob Lowe

I love non fiction, especially autobiography style books. I always find it interesting to be able to take a peek inside of someone else’s world and learn about their story. 213 more words

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Call Sign Dracula by Joe Fair

In Call Sign Dracula: My Tour with the Black Scarves, April 1969 to March 1970 (Sunbury Press, 220 pp. $16.95, paper; $6.99, Kindle), Joe Fair has given us an honest little gem of a memoir about his tour of duty with the First Infantry Division in the I Corps war zone of South Vietnam. 263 more words

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Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth

Genre: memoir
Secondary genre: medical, modern history
Rep: poverty
Format read: audiobook
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We all know the show. But does the book match the drama and intensity of television? 349 more words

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50 BOOKS FOR 2019

NUMBER 30 AND 31  TWO BOOKS HALF READ

I’m in a reading slump. Not motivated, too busy, too distracted. I am not reading. I love to read but cannot seem to get in the mood. 568 more words

The Victorian Book of the Dead (2014) #31DaysofSpookyBooks

As a kid, my mother instilled in me a love of the macabre and antique. As my fondness of the macabre grew, hers subsided and now we meet somewhere in the middle. 95 more words

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Wanderlust: La ruta escondida, Ecuador

Outside of Quito my dad and I took the rental car on a trek through the mountains on what’s known as la ruta escondida, “the hidden route.” It’s a mountain road that passes through five villages: Atahualpa, Perucho, Chavezpamba, San José de Minas and San Antonio de Pichincha. 594 more words

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