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It is a truth of the ages, all great things start with a small kernel.…
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Hello again friends and readers. First thank you for being friends and readers; I appreciate it. We are shaking things up here a bit in the coming month. What’s that you say? We here @ Gelati’s Scoop making a few
changes, unheard of. I have no idea where to begin or how to categorize the
changes. The easiest way for me to get this out is in a torrent, so let’s load
the shotgun and spray the ammo around shall we:
-We have almost…Continue
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I have been trying to sprinkle in some different things into the mix the last month or so. The paranormal, zombie , fright type novels have been giving me a case of the chills on occasion and I am more of a goose bump, action,
adventure, humor, mystery, OCD type guy. So, when I got a hold of The Blue Moon Café I thought, hey give
it a whirl, how bad can werewolves be. I was happy to say it contained all of
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To long -time comic fans, they are ‘The Big Three’: The Dark Knight, the Amazon Princess and the Man of Steel. They are the three pillars that the entire DC comics’ universe is built on.
Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman have always been a part of comics and
probably always will be. Because of that, fans tend to get a bit jaded about
them, a bit complacent and every now and then need a reminder about how cool
all three really…
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Today I downloaded Ernest Hemingway's book "A Moveable Feast". I am excited because it has been years since I read it and I am anxious to start it again. Even though I own the book, I chose to download it to my Kindle so it would be with me where ever I go.
I first read this classic in community college English class and had to write a paper about it. I got an A on that paper and yes, I still have it in my files! I then remember watching the movie…Continue
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Hi eveyone Ive posted a new post http://bookroom101.blogspot.com/ and Ive added information to my world check it out.
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I want to say thank you to everyone who signed up to follow my blog. Some of you may have been wondering why I was not posting but here it is my first post.
I love to read - my current preferences are mainly fiction but I am trying hard to break out into new areas. My favourite genre is historical - fictional stories set alongside real historical events. I admire writers who can write a story that is true to the history without losing its personal…Continue
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I found this book very thought provoking. :) Enjoy Christina
What You Can Learn From The Instant - The Little Book of Death
By [http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Lauren_S._Smith]Lauren S. Smith
Sometimes we learn the most when we least expect it. The Instant: The Little Book of Death is an intriguing little book that will capture the imagination and provide food for…Continue
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Book publishing is a strange industry. It’s part business, part art; basically oil and water. No matter how much we stir it up, the two parts just do not blend. It is an industry built on emotions, passions, egoism,
and narrow focus. It’s dependent on publicity, which is also caught in the
bifurcation of the business, and the mercurial nature of the book buyer.
From the business end, the basic tenets…Continue
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Back in the mists of time, the mid-eighties, Marvel Comics came out with their very first mini-series. These were finite stories with a set number of issues, a
mainstay of comics today, but at the time something pretty radical.
Marvel’s first two minis were ‘Wolverine’, and anybody that’s been reading…Continue
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