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Book Review | The Future for Curious People by Gregory Sherl

Set in the near future, The Future for Curious People relates the story of Evelyn and Godfrey who fall in love. While this may sound like just another love story, it’s actually a bit unique in that these two chartacters find each other by visiting a doctor who specializes in foretelling romantic futures. 140 more words


Three Books To Greatness… I hope

As a very curious aspiring entrepreneur/wanapreneur, I want to know what makes successful people and companies tick. An inevitable product of that curiosity is getting a lot of book and blog recommendations – some good and some.. 656 more words


Book Review: Blue Like Jazz

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In Donald Miller’s early years, he was vaguely familiar with a distant God. But when he came to know Jesus Christ, he pursued the Christian life with great zeal.

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Why Did Ernest Hemingway Leave Hadley Out of The Sun Also Rises?

We both watched him. “I’ve told him there’s nothing between us, you know.”

“I’m not sure he hears it,” I said, trying to be as delicate as possible.

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Reading Highlights - March 2015 Part 5

Axel’s Pup
(Werewolves & Dragons #1)

by Kim Dare
Published: March 11th 2015
by Kim Dare


As the landlord of The Dragon’s Lair and leader of The Black Dragons Motorcycle Club, Axel Carmichael has seen it all and done it all. 675 more words

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Reading Highlights - March 2015 Part 4

Pop Goes the Weasel
(Pop Goes the Weasel #1)
by Stephen Osborne
Paperback, 200 pages
Published: August 10th 2012
by Dreamspinner Press

Patrick Weasley, aka Weasel, is a fun-loving college student with a wealthy homophobic jerk stepfather and a best friend, Jake Winston, who’s just as gay as Weasel. 462 more words

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~ March Readings ~

It’s been a little while but here are my favorite March books. I read too many to do all of them this month. However, you will find this month’s books a little different, but these kind of books are what I read the most. 527 more words

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