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Review of Keepers (Book, 2017)

Sacha Black is an author I became acquainted recently with when a spirit told to me start signing up for those annoying e-mail pop-ups that, well, pop-up when you click on the website.  Over the course of two months, I started … Continue reading

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Review of How to Think by Alan Jacobs (Book, 2017)

Alan Jacobs presents a funny argument. If you want to become a better thinker, open yourself to the possibility that the people around you aren’t stupid. Bonkers, right? And yet in my review of his new book, How To Think, I … Continue reading

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A Father Son Rivalry — Review of the Build

I’ll just come right out and say it. Paul Teutul Jr. and His father have what many will call a father-son rivalry. Both believe they’re right, and yet we only get one side of the story. And here in The Build by … Continue reading

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A Father’s Rights Survival Guide — Review of Accidental Dad

Having had the pleasure now of knowing Joshua McDowell for a couple of years and looking to help a colleague out, I agreed to review a book he has written detailing his struggle with fighting for custody of a child … Continue reading

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Easy Sketches for Beginners with Just For Fun Drawing — Book Review

While perusing the library shelves this week I stumbled across this fun little book on drawing that seemed to be geared for people like me looking for easy sketches for beginners. The book is pretty straightforward and comes in what … Continue reading

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Y: The Last Man, Vol 1: Unmanned

Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned by Brian K. Vaughan My rating: 3 of 5 stars Perhaps my expectations were doomed to failure. Perhaps I’m just no fun. Whatever the case may be, the truth is I found myself … Continue reading

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Review of The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay (Novel, 2012)

Set to the backdrop of Nazi occupation of Europe and the exploding popularity of pulp trash, an art form we now celebrate as the holy comic book, is the tale of a lonely Jewish son estranged from his family and … Continue reading

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