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My Weekend of Irritation – Netflix and a Book
So last week I told you that I had re-upped my Netflix subscription.  I was asking about what series I should watch and I chose Sons of Anarchy.  I had heard really good things about the show and how well it was written, so I jumped in headfirst.
My Top 3 Favorite Books of the Summer
As you know I have been on a reading kick.  Yes, I found my love for reading again. I don't even watch TV anymore.  It's all about a good book.  So in the last few weeks that I have been reading.  Keep in mind, I'm catching up on some books that have been out awhil…
The Amarillo Public Library – My New Favorite Place
I have always loved to read.   I absolutely love a good book.   I always find myself getting caught up in a awesome series, Ann Rice's Vampire Chronicles,Twilight Saga, The Hunger Games Trilogy, The Sookie Stackhouse Novels aka the Southern Vampire Series.  As a kid I read all the Christopher Pike b…
Stephen King’s Fictional Towns In Maine
Fans of Stephen King are familiar with certain real life cities in Maine including; Bangor, Orono, Augusta (the State Capitol) and Portland. But through his books we've all been transported to some now famous 'fictional towns' in the 'Lumber State.'
Let's take a look at …
Michigan Parent Thinks Anne Frank Book is Too Pornographic[VIDEO]
When I first read that Anne Frank was too pornographic, I laughed.  Seriously, Anne Frank pornographic?  Then I watched the video.  A teacher in Michigan has assigned her students to read a book about Anne Frank.  This book isn't The Diary of Anne Frank, most of us read in school.  The book is The D…
6 Modern Horror Movies as ’80s Young Adult Novels
In the late '80s/early '90s, how many of you were glued to books by people like Christopher Pike, R.L. Stine and A. Bates? Long before 'Twilight,' these young adult authors were churning out sordid tales of psycho teenage killers, body-switching beautiful girls and revenge fantas…

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