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Love by Numbers

So, I work in a library and love to read.  When I say loves to read, I mean that I can sit down start and finish a book in just a couple of hours.  This creates a lot of problems for me since I have read and reread a ton of books that are in […]

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In Fifty Years….

I recently read a book called Sh*t my Dad Says by Justin Halpern.  Yes I know, I was way behind the rush to read this, but I enjoyed it immensely, and as I was talking to a fellow co-worker, they mentioned another similar book.  That book was by Adam Carolla titled, In Fifty Years We’ll All Be […]

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Bottled Lightning…Seth Fletcher

…Nathan’s Non-Fiction Niche We hear over and over that we need to get our economy away from foreign oil and into developing and implementing alternative fuel and energy choices that lower the amount of pollution as well as for economic security purposes.  We see the push for electric vehicles and hybrid vehicle technologies, but where […]

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Step into the Supernatural..

Every  now and then, I feel the need to read a book based solely on the catchy title or pretty picture.   So that is exactly what I did with this book, I mean, face it with a title like, Demon’s are a Girl’s Best Friend, how could I resist?! And the cover art isn’t too […]

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Murder and Mayham in the Big Easy…

In a new book by Heather Graham, Phantom Evil, Harrison Investigations is at it again.  Tortured by past experiences, former behavioral expert Jackson Crow is now working with Harrison Investigations in a high profile killing.  After the death of his former partners, he is unsure whether it is a step in the right direction or […]

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