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My book, his book, Chromebook

Again, it’s been ages since I blogged. I can’t say I’ve done anything much creatively speaking. This blog post by Lola Carson (and my comment on it) may go some way towards explaining my state of mind right now. 656 more words


20 Human Rights novels ALL HR advocates should read!

By Robina Rayamajhi

Here are twenty books that I have compiled that I think would be beneficial to anyone interested in the subject of human rights. 3,664 more words

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Book Club Corner Picks: April Recommendations

Welcome to our Book Club Corner, where each month we highlight books new to paperback we think would make perfect picks for your next book club discussion. 406 more words

5 Essential, Inspiring Quotes From J.K. Rowling's 'Very Good Lives'

When I found out J.K. Rowling had a new book coming out, you know I immediately had to pre-order it. I had my “confirm order” finger so ready to go, that I didn’t notice that I was ordering a copy of Rowling’s 2008 Harvard commencement speech. 373 more words


Book Recommendation

The Devotion of Suspect X:

This week I recommend The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino. It was a very compelling read. Definitely one of my fave books I’ve read in a long time. 246 more words


Book Review: Written in Red

Meg Corbyn is a blood prophet. When her skin is cut, she can see the future. There are people (the Walking Names) who abuse her power for their own financial gain, but Meg escapes from them and finds sanctuary with the terra indigene–a.k.a. 771 more words


Book Review: Meb For Mortals

If you’re a runner there’s a good chance about a year ago you were glued to a TV or computer screen watching this unforgettable moment. 577 more words