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text 2017-10-21 14:00
#30DaysofReadathon - Day 30 through 20
Public Secrets - Nora Roberts
Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury
Vision Vol. 2: Little Better Than a Beast - Tom King,Michael Walsh
An Encounter at Hyde Park - Ava Stone,Deb Marlowe,Claudia Dain,Karen Hawkins
Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia - Wade Von Grawbadger,Dave Stewart,Greg Rucka,J.G. Jones
A Slight Miscalculation: A Half Moon House Short Story (Half Moon House Series Book 3) - Deb Marlowe
The Christmas Child (Love Inspired - Linda Goodnight
Blue Dahlia - Nora Roberts

I bombed out on doing this part of the Dewey Read-a-thon. I just don't do well with daily challenge prompts. So I figured I group them in tens and make three posts.


Day 30 Favorite Book - Public Secrets by Nora Roberts


Day 29 Short Book - Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury


Day 28 Red - Vision, Volume 2: Little Better Than a Beast by Tom King et al


Day 27 Snacks - Pretzels for salty snack, as they are not greasy like potato chips but have the same crunch factor. Starbucks' London Fog (venti, cause go big or go home) for sweet.


Day 26 Short Stories - An Encounter at Hyde Park by Various Authors


Day 25 Comics craze - Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia by Greg Rucka et al


Day 24 Drinks - My newest favorite drink is Kraken Black Spice Rum and Coca-Cola. All time drink is still a cuppa tea.


Day 23 Space - A Slight Miscalculation by Deb Marlowe


Day 22 Cozy - The Christmas Child by Linda Goodnight


Day 21 Blue - Blue Dahlia by Nora Roberts



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review 2017-08-05 00:00
Fahrenheit 451
Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury I didn't read this in school or study all the meanings behind it so I'm sure I missed a lot. I think I get that it's against book burning and focusing so much on entertaining like tv that we miss the wisdom in life. People often become kind of like sheep and just follow instead of educating themselves. I think it's a super smart book, and I can definitely see why it is so popular. Even though I do think it should be read, it didn't hold my attention so well. I read it just because it's one of those that must be read.
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review 2017-06-12 00:00
Dear Fahrenheit 451: Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks
Dear Fahrenheit 451: Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks - Annie Spence Dear Annie,
You have saved me from my book slump. You understand what it’s like to dedicate your life to the library, and have infused your pseudo-literary-memoir with so much humor and relatability that this Midwestern library worker wonders whether she might have crossed paths with you at a workshop or on Twitter. (I’m pretty sure we order the same drinks at the bar.) I want to share your witticisms with my bibliophile friends, especially those who admit we’re all snobs but still can’t get enough of our favorite fanfiction tropes. Thanks to you, my TBR list has grown. I’m grateful, but I may not forgive you for that.
Let’s be friends,
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text 2017-05-15 18:31
I Just Can't Believe It!
Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury

My daughter just came home from work and asked me where our English copy of Fahrenheit 451 is. After much perusing of bookshelves, both physical and virtual, head-scratching and rummaging-in-disbelief I have come to the conclusion that WE DON'T HAVE A COPY...oh no! German copy? Yes. Kindle copy? Yes. But an actual physical copy in English of the book that got me well and truly hooked on Ray Bradbury? Nope! I am really having trouble believing this but there you have it, I'm a failure. 

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review 2017-05-09 01:33
Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury

For me, the novel is a little difficult to comprehend but with some online research it all links and makes sense. It’s a book that’s different from others and I believe that’s why is has a lot of recognition. In the future I will read this once again to understand it more thoroughly. In the future I believe I will find a different meaning. That’s what I like most about this book. No matter how many times you read it. You will find a different meaning each time and you will think about it differently.

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