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And…I’m Back

by chasity.moody on June 5, 2010

I have missed blogging. I want to apologize for the huge lapse. It wasn’t on purpose. It was simply that I was going through a very bad time. So, I guess I should recap the things that have happened to me since that last blog post. Actually, so much has happened since my last post, […]

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The Georgia Theatre- June 19, 2009 approximately 7:40am

Our Last Goodbye

by chasity.moody on June 19, 2009

This morning I told myself that no matter what I was going to get my oil changed. I had been telling myself to make sure to get it done for the past two weeks. But there was always something that got in the way. And, by the time I remembered I wanted to get it […]

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Just a quick note

April 26, 2006

I know it has been a long time. I have been busy. Seriously. I have been really busy. I’m getting freelance work and still working full time and finishing up my website redesign and getting ready for summer. Yes. I have been busy. So, yes there have been more books read. I will post the […]

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The List

March 27, 2006

I’m a little behind here. The ALA has posted its list of the most challenged books of 2005. Here’s the top 10: 1. It’s Perfectly Normal by Robie H. Harris 2. Forever by Judy Blume 3. The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger 4. The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier 5. Whale Talk by […]

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I Am Working. I Promise.

February 9, 2006

It may seem as though I am ignoring this blog. That is not the case. I promise. I have actually been quite busy on behalf of this blog. Not only that, I have been reading like mad. I just haven’t had time to write anything up. So, I am going to list all of the […]

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50 Banned Books: Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

January 24, 2006

Title: Anne Frank : The Diary of a Young Girl Author: Anne Frank *Status: (1982) Challenged in Wise County, Virginia due to protests of several parents who complained the book contains sexually offensive passages. (1983) Four members of the Alabama State Textbook Committee called for the rejection of this title because it is a “real […]

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