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Read-a-thon Check-In: Halfway Point

Anyone feel like this guy yet? lol I haven’t been doing much reading this first Dewey’s. I’ve been much more active on social media reading updates and cheerleading. 22 more words

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Music amongst the stacks!

The Oregon Symphony had a dress rehearsal this morning for tonight’s concert featuring the radiant Second Symphony of Brahms and violinist Karen Gomyo playing the beloved Mendelssohn Concerto, but that didn’t stop the Classical Up Close crew from dashing over to Powell’s City of Books on Burnside. 162 more words

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Tybee Island Book Festival

Ok, so I didn’t just submit my book to the Tybee Island Book Festival.

But I did do so in the last week.

Pretty excited about a local book festival that includes both traditionally published and self-published authors. 87 more words

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You Do The Math

Facebook is looking to change its algorithm again. Mostly it means annoyed businesses who are still trying to figure out how best to get in our faces after the last change. 311 more words

Communication

Dewey's 24 Hour #Readathon - Update 2

It’s an hour past the halfway point of Dewey’s 24 Hour Read-a-Thon and I’m still going strong!

  • Total Pages Read: 94
  • Books Read: The House of Spirits by Isabel Allende and The Essential Feminist Reader…
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Nepalese earthquake

Our thoughts and prayers are with all those caught up in the violent earthquake in central Nepal. Unfortunately Dhading, where our Children’s Home is located, is midway between Kathmandu and Pokhara and therefore directly in the area most affected. 19 more words

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OSA Response: Alistair Carmichael

In response to our recent publication of the list of MPs who voted to see a new clause in the Official Secrets Act 1989 rejected, one of our readers wrote to (Liberal Democrat)  215 more words

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