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text 2018-10-07 17:09
I got two awesome books that prove I'm a really eclectic reader!

I put in a special order at Barnes and Noble (because for some reason they didn't carry it in store!) for Paperbacks From Hell by Grady Hendrix and while I was at the store to pick it up, we had to go into the kids section to pick up a birthday gift for a 1-year-old.


I saw the Buffy the Vampire Slayer picture book based on the series created by Joss Whedon, with illustrations by Kim Smith. I had to have it! For me! I love horror, adult books, YA, middle grade and of course children books. I think even if my body breaks down over time, reading in this manner will help keep part of my mind young.

I'm such a dork. Both of these books are so cool!!


The back cover alone makes a Buffy fan happy! Look at the little attention to detail. When you read this, you have to remember it will be way different from the show. It has to be if they are marketing it for children.

I've only flipped through Paperbacks From Hell, but I've already seen some books I own or read, which is pretty neat!

Lupe by Gene Thompson is from 1977. I bought my copy in 2003 from a little used bookstore for $1. So I read it at 19 years old. From memory, this book freaked me out! I was pretty sheltered as a teen, even at 19, so this was probably considered a Taboo book to be reading with my relgious family. I imagine I hid it.

Creepy children...

My copy got a little beat up. I'm not too bothered by that. That just means this book has a history! Would I buy it again if I found a better copy of the first edition (and for cheap again... haha) I probably would if I read this again and still liked the story.

I tried to adjust the photo so you can see the faded text in the receipt! Not every day you find the original receipt tucked away.


As I read Paperbacks From Hell, I will keep track of which books I own, have owned and have read! (Oh, and of course the books I will want to hunt for and read! I know I will want to find the books with the covers the book shows, so my hunt might be harder.)


If you are a dork like me, you might look forward to my list, which I will share here. lol

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review 2018-10-06 15:32
The Many Faces of Doctor Strange
Marvel Platinum: The Definitive Doctor Strange - Gene Colan,Roy Thomas,Brian K. Vaughan,Frank Brunner,Stan Lee,Steve Ditko,Marv Wolfman,Roger Stern,Marcos Martin,Marshall Rogers,Neil Vokes,Len Kaminski,Steve Engelhart,Geoff Isherwood,Roger Stern

This covers Doctor Strange from his inception to much more recent adventures with a variety of art styles and enemies.


Interesting collection, Lots of potential that hte film really did do well with.


It falls into (in my opinion)  Doomsday; Spellbound, Gothic, Ghost Stories, Genre: Horror; Supernatural; and Relics.  However I've used all those, I'm putting it into the Raven Square.

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url 2018-09-27 22:15
The 10 Best Completed SF and Fantasy Series According to. ...
The Runelords - David Farland
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - J.K. Rowling,Mary GrandPré
Mistborn: The Final Empire - Brandon Sanderson
The Fellowship of the Ring - J.R.R. Tolkien
Ender's Game - Orson Scott Card
Heroes Die - Matthew Stover
The Gap Into Conflict: The Real Story - Stephen R. Donaldson
The Shadow of the Torturer - Gene Wolfe
Chronicles of the Black Company - Glen Cook
The Eye of the World - Robert Jordan
Source: www.tor.com/2018/09/25/the-10-best-completed-sf-and-fantasy-series-according-to-me
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text 2018-08-07 12:54
Gene Synthesis Market is Growing Exponentially in Order to Gain More Demand by 2026

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Chemical synthesis of DNA sequence representing one or more gene is known as gene synthesis. This process can be used for efficient synthesis of long stretches of natural and non-natural nucleic acid sequences, which are used for broadening the scope of biological experiments. Gene synthesis can be used to produce specific sequences of nucleotides, which are difficult to isolate from natural sources. Furthermore, it can synthesize entirely non-natural gene sequences as per the requirement of specific condition. The process is useful in developing genes with modified nucleotides or novel base pairs that will allow the expansion of the genetic code.

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Gene synthesis market is gaining significant traction, owing to increasing demand for research activities such as recombinant DNA technology, heterologous gene expression, vaccine development, gene therapy, and molecular engineering. Development of large-scale low-cost methods of gene synthesis to facilitate relevant academic and commercial biological research is major factor fueling growth of the gene synthesis market. However, various challenges involved in gene synthesis include production of long stretches of nucleotide sequence, which can range from several hundred to thousand base pairs in length. Current solid-phase oligonucleotide synthesis technology is limited to the generation of oligonucleotides 200 nucleotides in length. These factors are estimated to negatively affect market growth, which in turn is restraining growth of the gene synthesis market.

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Market players are focused on developing and offering tailored and personalized biologics for treatment of various disease condition. Also, they are focused on providing products to research organization according to the requirement of the ongoing research studies. For instance, Genescript, global biotechnology research organization, provides premium antibodies for basic research to therapeutic antibody drug leads in both academic institutes and biotechnology companies. Manufacturers are engaged in developing new regents and kits for simplifying research procedures along with obtaining results in real-time. For instance, in 2012, Thermofischer, global life science company, launched three next generation GeneArt genetic engineering kits that allow molecular and synthetic biologists unprecedented speed, flexibility, precision, and efficiency for the seamless cloning, assembly, and editing of genetic material. Major manufacturers operating in gene synthesis market include Genescript, GeneArt (Thermofischer), IDT, DNA 2.0 (ATUM), OriGene, BBI, Genewiz, Eurofins Genomics, Gene Oracle, SBS Genetech, and Bio Basic.

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review 2018-08-02 01:06
Audiobook Review: The Sometimes Series: Win, Lose & Play Book Set by Stacy Eaton (Author), Julie Walters (Narrator), Gene Branson (Narrator)
The Sometimes Series: Win, Lose & Play Book Set - Julie Walters,Stacy Eaton,Gene Benson


Audiobook Review: The Sometimes Series: Win, Lose & Play Book Set by Stacy Eaton (Author), Julie Walters (Narrator), Gene Branson (Narrator)

Stacy Eaton has a way with words. With a few strokes, she creates heartwarming tales of bravery, heartache and understanding. "The Sometimes Series" offers romance, betrayal and suspense. Haley is a single mother devoted to making a better life for herself and her child. Devon could be the white knight she never thought she'd find, but pride keeps getting in the way. Just when things seem to be working themselves out, life has a way of making it all fall apart. Can Haley and Devon weather the storm headed their way? Words have power. Eaton, Walters and Benson prove that a story can entertain, transform and enlighten the course of our lives. Gripping entertainment.

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