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Ravenmount 365 Days of Books: Week 1

I decided that for 2016 I am going to read 365 books, and each one will get its own post on my Ravenmount Books tumblr site. So far, so good. My week for the sake of this project ends Wednesday … Continue reading

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Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania, by Erik Larson

I read a lot of Clive Cussler, and similar thrillers that often involve disasters at sea, and reading this book, a non-fiction account of a real disaster that was at least as dramatic and terrible as what goes on in … Continue reading

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Currently Reading- Marvel and a Wonder

I have a huge stack of ‘currently reading’ books, and my Farmville obsession is not helping diminish the stack much. Still, my ‘not really reading’ phases are not the same as actually not reading. It just means I finish fewer … Continue reading

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365 Days of Books: Day 3

The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing (Anderson), The Vinyard (Hurley), Hair Raising (Anderson), Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking (von Bremzen) What is on your TBR (to be read) stack, list, or shelves? I come across great books, or at … Continue reading

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365 Days of Books: Day 2

The Clever Mill Horse (Lew-Smith), Victim of Circumstance(Rappaport), Shift (Howey), The Bone Orchards (Doiron) What is on your TBR (to be read) stack, list, or shelves? I come across great books, or at least great sounding, brand new books, every … Continue reading

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365 Days of Books: Day 1

What is on your TBR (to be read) stack, list, or shelves? I come across great books, or at least great sounding, brand new books, every day, but I only have time to read a small fraction of them. Here … Continue reading

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