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A Glance At The Life Of A Genius

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My fascination with Stephen Hawking started when I was quite young. My father would often be sitting in his rocking chair, reading his own beat up copy of Stephen’s book, A Brief History… Continue reading

There’s no place like home…

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As I sit here, unwinding for the night, I realize that I’ve become quite the creature of habit. I used to crave change. I wouldn’t be happy in a routine for too long… Continue reading

The Art Of Racing In The Rain

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Do not be fooled by this titled. When I first heard of The Art of Racing In The Rain by Garth Stein, I was uninterested because I believed it was truly a book… Continue reading

Never Knowing

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Before the holidays, someone very close to me handed me this book to read. She handed it to me with such care that I knew it was a book he thoroughly enjoyed. With… Continue reading

Welcome 2015!

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This past year is certainly one I look back on with a smile. I’ve accomplished many things on my never-ending self-improvement list. First of all, I’ve managed to get back into reading, something… Continue reading

Hugs and Misses

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        Here’s something a bit different. It’s not a book… well, not really. Hugs and Misses is an ensemble of 30 hilarious postcards about romance that was kindly sent to me… Continue reading

Montmorency – Thief, Liar, Gentleman?

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I’ve attempted to read Montmorency by Eleanor Updale thrice in the last few months. I’d always read the first few chapters and put it down because I was either too preoccupied with something… Continue reading

Three Cups Of Tea

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Ugh… reading slumps. Don’t you hate those? I’m in one right now. It seems every time I sit down to read, my eyes won’t stay open or something is distracting me. Since I’m having a… Continue reading

The Little Book of Big PR

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I have many projects on the go. Like many people, I have an outrageous amount of ideas and thoughts running through my head. However, I don’t possess the knowledge to successfully execute these… Continue reading

The Brilliant History of Color in Art

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Art, in all shape or form, is a big part of my everyday life. All day I listen to music and doodle on my sketchpad. In my spare time ( when I’m not… Continue reading