Monthly Archives: September 2017

Book Review: Life in the War Zone by Paul White

After reading a promotion for Life in the War Zone – A Collection of Personal Stories Based on True Accounts by Paul White I went to the promo web page.  I mostly read on the Kindle app on my phone. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pigeon by Pres Maxson

A delightfully entertaining and outrageously absurd detective story. This is the kind of read that I call “cotton candy” for the brain. It is reminiscent of reading Douglas Adams books.  In serious novels one expects well developed and deep characters, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Clay Remembers by Sharon K. Miller

The Clay Remembers: Book 1 in The Clay Series by Sharon K. Miller For people who have been victims of childhood or spousal abuse this book may not be you. There are numerous scenes that could be triggers. That said … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Today

Today is our national holiday originally intended to honor the labor force.  Many people have to work today regardless. But that is not what is on my heart today. In the wake of hurricane Harvey I’ve been viewing news reports … Continue reading

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