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Cannonball Read Book Review: The Liars Club

by chasity.moody on March 16, 2013

I am always curious about what type of life a person must lead in order to write a successful memoir. Should it be filled with both inordinate amounts of pain and triumph? Does it require at least one or two horrific incidents? Maybe it should be filled with positive observations from someone who has lived […]

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Cannonball Read Book Review: American Gods

by chasity.moody on June 24, 2012

I’m not quite sure if I love this book or if I just got caught up at the last minute. There were so many times that I put it down to read something else. There were times when I felt I was suffering through it to get to the real point. Then, there were times […]

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Cannonball Read Book Review: Tales of Beedle the Bard

June 24, 2012
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JK Rowling did something for the Children’s Literature genre that hadn’t been done since Dr. Seuss. She made children want to read and she increased and improved their vocabulary and comprehension along the way. Why would anyone who loves to read refuse to celebrate her as an author? OK, to be honest, I used to […]

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Book Reviews, Life, and What Have You

June 3, 2012
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It has been such a crazy few months. The biggest thing is that I was promoted. So, on top of trying to maintain this blog, participate in the Cannonball Read, and recap trashy reality shows for TVGasm, I was transitioning into a new job role. And, when I say transitioning, I mean trying to do […]

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Cannonball Read Book Review: Wuthering Heights

February 25, 2012
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Wuthering Heights is a story that spans generations. But don’t be fooled. It’s not a story of love so much as it is a story of revenge. Heathcliff, a gypsy orphan, is adopted by Mr. Earnshaw. He is brought into a family that already has an older son and young daughter. Earnshaw treats Heathcliff as […]

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Cannonball Read 4: On Badasses and Inspiration

January 20, 2012
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By now, most of you know that I decided to participate in my first ever Cannonball Read this year. And while I have 5 books under my belt, I only have 1 review posted. I could give you all kinds of reasons for why I haven’t finished and submitted the other four reviews (they are […]

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