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Feature and Follow Friday 10/5/12

Feature and Follow Friday 10/5/12

Feature and Follow Friday is a weekly event hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read where you get to learn about two featured bloggers each week, and then can gain new followers as well by joining in to the fun. This week’s question is: Q: What do you hope to accomplish with your blog? Is it to one day… Read more »

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Featured Blog:  It’s the Little Things

Featured Blog: It’s the Little Things

My next featured blogger as part  of my 3rd Blogoversary Celebration isn’t a book blog, but it is such a neat, inspiring blog, and a good friend of mine, so I really wanted to share it.  My friend Amanda did such an awesome job with the little write up I asked her for, I almost… Read more »

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Deadly by Julie Chibbaro

Deadly by Julie Chibbaro

I first heard about this book in the Shelf Awareness email newsletter about a giveaway of a signed copy by the author. So I emailed and entered. I hadn’t heard any news of when they were drawing a winner, and I had to turn my Nook back into the store on Saturday, so when I… Read more »

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Welcome 2011!

I see everyone else seems to be doing a New Year’s resolution/goals blog, so I’ll do one as well. I usually only do either book reviews or waiting on Wednesday blogs, but this will be out of the ordinary. First, I want to set some goals for the blog itself. I hope to make it… Read more »

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Fablehaven by Brandon Mull

Fablehaven by Brandon Mull

Believe it or not, I’m really not much of a fantasy reader. Yes, I love Harry Potter, but I tend to stick more to real science fiction, and maybe vampire/monster which are really more horror than fantasy. However, I got this book free from the bookstore. We had an Educator’s event and had several copies… Read more »

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Rhett Butler’s People by Donald McCaig

Rhett Butler’s People by Donald McCaig

I can pinpoint the teachers who led me to some of my quirky favorites in movies. First, my grandpa. No, he wasn’t ever a “teacher” per se, but I do feel that he taught me in many different ways, and shaped a lot of who I am. He was an engineer, and I know it… Read more »

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Ready for fall tv to start

While I’m glad there isn’t much tv going on, because I don’t seem to have much time to watch it, I’m also ready for all my shows to be back. I got five miles in today. Worried if I would because the clouds just looked really scary all night, but we didn’t get anything. Then… Read more »

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First REAL day of school

The morning started out pretty good. I actually felt after the first 2 classes that I could maybe do this for another year. Then, my 5th hour started. A class of 20 boys and 9 girls. That should tell you right there what the issue was. Boys with constant, stupid questions, just to be smart-alecs…. Read more »

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