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The Family Book Club: Month 1

I want to read more books.

I read a lot of industry articles, longform stories, and Instagram captions, but I haven’t made a dent in my “Books to Read” list which now has over 100 items. 557 more words

Personal

Books. Childhood. Memory.

My 10 year old son Levi, entered a reading challenge at school called Battle of the Books. His language arts teacher told me she was going to push him to do this and he went along with it, so I was glad. 855 more words

Tiffany Podz

World War Z ~ Max Brooks

Date Completed: 1/31/16

Rating: 6/10

The premise for this novel was exceptional. Brooks wrote a zombie fiction as a history, and I think it’s a remarkably unique style in an era of zombie novels. 169 more words

Book Review

Three Principles in Problem Solving: World War Z (2013)

In Marc Forster’s World War Z (2013) Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt), a U.N. investigator, is sent to gather information on the worldwide zombie plague. The film reveals three key principles in problem solving: seek knowledge, practice independent thinking, and be determined to find a solution. 316 more words

21st Century Films

If I Were In a Zombie Apocalypse

I’m not the biggest zombie fan. Sure, I’ve seen Zombieland more than twice, but other than that I don’t find zombies very compelling antagonists. (Sorry, World War Z fans.) However, the zombie apocalypse is definitely a common topic with me and my friends. 354 more words

All About Me

The Overthinkers Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse

For the average over thinker (I say average because I refuse to believe that it is only me in this world that overthinks) the Zombie Apocalypse is a matter of when and not if. 1,090 more words

Rambling

New Sights- Sketch McGuiney ft. Ras Kass & Sean Price- World War Z

Virginia’s Sketch McGuiney did his thing on “World War Z”. Featuring Ras Kass and the late Sean P, this one goes hard. Airing shit out over a tough beat…politics as usual. Enjoy.

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