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My Favorite Type of Fiction

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by New Crunchy Mom on Aug 17, 2016

Diary of a Minecraft Zombie Books Collection Set, Slipcase Edition.

DIARY OF A MINE CRAFT ZOMBIE BOOK COLLECTION Minecraft. Zombies. Five books. What could possibly be better? The diary belongs to 12-year old Zombie, wherein he details his encounters with buddies and bullies. Follow his adventures on Spring Break, or...

Remembering Scarlett 4221

Before supper, I worked on a drawing that popped in my head after we got back from riding. It was of Miss Scarlett Buffen, an elderly southern lady who worked at the McSwain library for fifty years. A soft-spoken, yet, determined gal who politely tol...
by Scragg Man on Dec 30, 2015

Sinatra In A Cappella 3732

I called Gloria Livingstone, who was just getting out of a meeting that she said lasted way to long. “Yeah, those feminists are long-winded,” I replied. “I guess I should have expected that kind of reply from you, but anyway, itR...
by Scragg Man on May 29, 2015

Literary Tourism: Books and Beaches in South Florida

Is the winter cold getting to you? How about a trip to South Florida? Here, you’ll find book fairs, indie bookstores, and six-toed tabby cats maintaining the legacy of one of America’s literary giants. Wherever you go, the ocean will R...
by Book Riot on Dec 14, 2014

Dead Souls by Nicolai Gogol 1842-Les Âmes mortes [del.icio.us]

Dead Souls is a work of the famous writer and poet Nicolai Gogol,Russian but with Ukrainian origins.It is more precisely a novel,which was published in the year 1842,at least for the first part,and still is considered one of the most iconic and impor...

Emma by Jane Austen [del.icio.us]

Emma Wood House,une belle jeune,intelligent et riche,est la fille cadette de la famille de Mr Wood House,sa mère est morte quand elle était toute petite. Emma,roman éponyme Nous raconte la vie d'Emma Woodhouse,vivant Seule avec son fils père dans...
by Classical novels must be read on Oct 23, 2014

Camille by Alexandre Dumas son 1824-1895 [del.icio.us]

Classic Novles Must Be Read: Camille The Lady of the Camellias tells a love story as it is often found in the literature of the interference courtesan tuberculosis ( Marguerite Gautier ) and a young bourgeois Armand Duval . - See more books at: http:...

Father Goriot by Honoré de Balzac 1835 [del.icio.us]

Father Goriot by Honoré de Balzac 1835 Classic novles must be read : In frensh Le père Goriot Father Goriot is a novel by Honoré de Balzac,written in 1834,which begins publication in the Revue de Paris in 1835 and appears in bookstores. http://cla...
by Classical novels must be read on Sep 24, 2014

Storm Dissipation 3018

I went to the dollar store to look over the books. Despite the limited number of titles, I’m always surprised at what I find. Sometimes they have books by well-known authors, which I stay away from because they almost always suck. Instead, I lo...
by Scragg Man on Jul 29, 2014

Win 2 Fab Children’s Books: ‘Animals Everywhere’ & ‘Planes, Trains and Cars’

The fab folks at Ticktock sent my son Oliver two vibrant, captivating books 'Animals' and 'Planes, Trains and Cars' to entertain and they sure, did deliver.
by Honest Mum on Mar 16, 2014

Six-Pack: Smart Books About the Science and Sociology of Sex

Birds do it, bees do it, and basically all of us do it too, even if we’re supposed to pretend like we don’t and not talk about it in polite company or, you know, ever. Sex is an important part of our lives, and what’s a person who m...
by Book Riot on Mar 6, 2014

Doom & Gloom by Monica Shaughnessy

Doom & Gloom by Monica Shaughnessy Genre: Children, Science Fiction, Action Dane Winters suffers from a rare disease that makes him “allergic” to sunlight. If UV rays or even strong lamps hit his skin, they cause lesions that could ki...
by Compulsively Writing Reviews on Dec 20, 2013

Comment on Blinkist: Read Snippets Of Non-Fiction Books On The Go by Blonde 2.0 Clients’ Press November Monthly Wrap-up - Blonde 2.0's Blog

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by Forex Trading on Dec 2, 2013

White Chalk by Pavarti K. Tyler

White Chalk By Pavarti K. Tyler Genre: Literary Fiction, Coming-of-age Chelle suffers through a life where she feels no one cares about her, and she doesn’t feel that way without basis. At fourteen, one of the most difficult years of many peopl...
by Compulsively Writing Reviews on Dec 1, 2013

Heat Lightning by Ruth Coe Chambers

Heat Lightning By Ruth Coe Chambers Genre: Contemporary Fiction The town of Bay Harbor waits for the return of their fathers, sons, brothers, and fiancés from World War II. While they begin to enjoy the return of freedoms lost through rationing and...
by Compulsively Writing Reviews on Nov 30, 2013

Bhaktimall: Digital Book Store

Bhaktimall brings a lot of surprises for all spirituality lovers. For all those who are not aware, it is a mall’s digital version. Unlike a typical mall, it does create an illusion of joy or happiness , which is often meager and temporary in its ap...
by StartupTunes on Nov 27, 2013

NEW READ | Buck: A Memoir by MK Asante (2013)

Asante, M.K. (2013). Buck: A memoir. NY: Spiegel & Grau.ISBN-13: 978-0812993417 | Hardcover | $25.00 USD This memoir promises to be one of the most revered life stories depicting a contemporary young male coming-of-age in urban America, sinc...
by Street Literature on Aug 22, 2013

New Read | Street Lit: Representing the Urban Landscape (coming November 2013)

Be on the look out to pre-order this critical anthology about Street Lit:Norris, K. (ed). (2013). Street Lit: Representing the urban landscape. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. | Hardcover |  ISBN-13: 978-0810892620  | $38.00 USD Here is the bo...
by Street Literature on Aug 5, 2013

And Now, My Top 10 Favourite Books

Last time, I did the five books I was enjoying at that moment in time; now, I bring to you my top ten favourite books of all time (non-fiction and fiction included.):10. In His Own Write - John LennonSo, this is a book of nonsense poetry and stories.
by The Cynical Asshole on Jun 23, 2013


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