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Review: When Women Ruled the World

By on November 14, 2018

Egypt’s dynasties are full of secrets, and for good reason. The pyramids that stand today are engineering marvels; the dynasty histories rich in both physical wealth and stories alike….

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Review: Visual Atlas of the World

By on November 6, 2018

When was the last time you used a physical, printed map? No zooming in and out, no street view, no search boxes. I absolutely love geography and the physical…

Bookish Stuff & Things

Like Peanut Butter and Jelly: A Fiction and Nonfiction Book Pairing

By on November 4, 2018

Have you hear of Nonfiction November? It’s a month dedicated to the literary world’s red-headed step child, nonfiction. Even though you’ll mostly find us knee deep in fictional stories,…

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Audiobook Review: As You Wish

By on August 15, 2018

It’s taken me a long long time to give audiobooks a fair shot. I always fell firmly in the “It doesn’t count if you’re listening” camp. I know I…

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Review: Saving Tarboo Creek

By on June 5, 2018

Story: Saving Tarboo Creek by Scott Freeman and Susan Leopold Freeman is a collection of stories about the family’s ecological conservation efforts both in the Tarboo Creek watershed in Washington…