Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern

The book is unusual and after reading it, I found it hard to put my thoughts on paper. The cover is dramatic and perfectly suited to the tale. The story was so creative and ingenious, that I found it difficult … Continue reading

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Those Across the River Those Across the River by Christopher Buehlman

The story, which begins in the early ‘30’s, immediately creates interest and curiosity in the reader. What horror is living in the woods near town? Frank Nichols and Eudora Chambers have moved into their castle in Whitbrow, GA, after being … Continue reading

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OCCUPY WHAT???

MY DEMANDS FOR THE GENERIC OCCUPY GROUPS BEFORE THEIR DEMANDS CAN BE MET: 1: GIVE TWO YEARS TO YOUR COUNTRY. INSTEAD OF GOING TO THE PEACE CORPS, LIVE AS CITIZEN OF A RANDOMLY CHOSEN THIRD WORLD COUNTRY AND HELP THEM … Continue reading

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Once Upon A Time There Was You, Elizabeth Berg

This is not the usual type of book I read. It is more of a fast page turning novel for a plane flight, a beach day, a vacation, but it is a poignant, even tender tale that covers many of … Continue reading

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Stop Overreacting: Effective Strategies For Calming Your Emotions, Judith P. Siegel

This brief, little book attempts to explain the differences between people who explode and people who use the right emotional side of their brain, governed by the frontal lobe and amygdala. It proved to be a more powerful book than … Continue reading

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Obama’s Legacy

If the parasites, called protesters, bring down Wall Street, or hack into the stock exchange, innocent people will suffer along with those who supported this nonsense. The market will crash, the economy will tumble further and obama’s desire to redistribute … Continue reading

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Beyond Blame, Carl Alasko PhD

Who has not felt, at one time or another, that they have been blamed unfairly? I doubt if anyone can say that they have never experienced the frustration of trying to explain to someone that it wasn’t you, that you … Continue reading

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