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Alcohol Free For A Year; 2016 Challenge


2016. The year I embarked on a no alcohol journey. Now, I know saying I gave up alcohol makes me sound like I’m an alcoholic, but really I’m not. 495 more words

One Year Ago

Dear Blogosphere,

Before I go any further I want to formally apologize for going almost a full year without posting anything on my undecorated blog walls. 439 more words

Book #13: i'd know you anywhere by Laura Lippman

I’m not usually one to read suspense but this one had an interesting premise. I think the author did a good job of giving and withholding information from the reader and the book moved at a good pace. 145 more words


Book #12: 30 Lessons for Living Tried and True Advice from the Wisest Americans by Karl Pillemer, Ph.D.

I do not know what exactly I was expected from this book. Some life altering piece of advice? A good idea of what lay before me when I reach the age of the people interviewed for this book? 100 more words


Book #9: The Awakening of Miss Prim by Natalia Sanmartin Fenollera

While I liked the writing style, the characters and the setting I found myself putting this book down quite a bit. I feel as though it is trying to make some big statement about faith or knowledge that has been lost in the modern age but there was nothing really substantial, profound, or unique about it. 141 more words


Book #8: Suffer the Children by Craig Dilouie

An interesting take on the zombie/vampire apocalypse story Dilouie’s story had a clear voice and even though you knew where the story was headed you found yourself hoping that somehow things would turn around. 112 more words