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Monthly Archives: December 2015

I. Am. WONDER WOMAN. December 27, 2015

Lately, I’ve been obsessed with Wonder Woman. I even got a fake Wonder Woman tattoo and put it on my tricep. (Still not willing to get a real one.) I loved the Wonder Woman TV show when I was a kid, though to be honest I can’t remember the plot of a single specific episode.…

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BOOK REVIEW: Carter & Lovecraft December 22, 2015

Carter & Lovecraft It’s no big secret that I’m a tremendous fan of Jonathan L. Howard’s writing. His Johannes Cabal series (click here for my review of one of the books, and here for a review of a short story – the only reason why I didn’t review gushingly each book and story in the series…

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Uphill in the Snow. Both Ways. December 20, 2015

I’m not sure when exactly I got old enough to begin every third sentence with “when I was a kid” but seriously, folks, when I was a kid, things were different. I could go on and on about technology, and how I had to type out my college papers on a typewriter and then retype…

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BOOK REVIEW: East of the Sun December 17, 2015

East of the Sun: A Novel East of the Sun by Julia Gregson is a sweeping, historical romance. I think I enjoyed it mostly because it outlined a time and place I don’t think of much: in the 1920s at the end of English colonial period in India. It follows Viva Holloway, who sort of…

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I’m Having a Food Baby December 13, 2015

‘Tis the season for many things, gluttony being somewhere near the top of the list. This being December, there are a never ending string of parties and luncheons; boxes of cookies; home made goodies; and general mass consumption of all things yummy. I feel like I’ve spent most of the past three weeks on line…

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VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR: The Children of Darkness December 11, 2015

The Children of Darkness The Children of Darkness, by David Litwack, is a dystopian young adult novel, of the sort that seems to be very popular these days. This isn’t a Hunger Games clone, though, and has original characters and plot. I was given a copy of this book by the good folks at BookBear…

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We All Get Lit December 6, 2015

It is the holiday season, and as a Jew in a predominantly Christian neighborhood, it can be a little lonely.  My holiday isn’t represented in the local retail stores, at the schools, or, well, pretty much anywhere that I didn’t personally provide the materials for it to be represented.  Our house is the dark, mean…

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