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text 2017-09-23 21:42
Reading progress update: I've read 36 out of 403 pages.
The Girl with All the Gifts - M.R. Carey

So, I'm actually 160 pages into Jonathan Maberry's Bad Moon Rising, but I just wasn't feeling excited about picking it up, and with being sick (again), I was looking for something that'd hold more interest. My hold just happened to come in from the library and despite reviews of IT WAS FIIIIINE from most of my friends, I picked it up for the funsies.

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text 2017-07-31 07:22
8 Of The Most Memorable Raksha Bandhan Messages for Your Brother

The celebration of Raksha Bandhan does not simply end with the sister tying the sacred thread of Rakhi on the wrist of her beloved brother. Her brother is undoubtedly cold and emotion-less in her mind, infact a bonafide tough guy with a heart of steel who pays no attention to his sister. This all changes as the occasion of Raksha Bandhan comes. See how his heart melts with joy and affection for his sister, as she ties the thread of Rakhi on his wrist. He showers her with the best gifts and presents, delighting her.


Raksha Bandhan messages

The day of Raksha Bandhan is as joyous as it is auspicious. Gifts and treats are exchanged by both, a brother and his sister, as everyone in the family celebrates with joy. What is more memorable to a brother than receiving a heart touching message from his sister on this day? Messages that express her delight and happiness, and express her reverence for his presence in her life. Here are some of the messages –


  1. I may have seemed overly fussy, or protective, when you were a kid. But as an elder sister I feel obligated to do so. No matter how old you are, you will always be my little brother! Happy Raksha Bandhan!
  2. In our childhood we were so happy and full of life. I wish we could return to those days once again. Happy Raksha Bandhan, brother!
  3. Waking up in the middle of the night and crying after I had a horrible nightmare, was a near everyday routine when I was a kid. If it weren’t for you angrily shaking me and telling me that it was only a dream, I would have never slept. Thank you and happy Raksha Bandhan, brother.
  4. Maybe I cried a lot when I was a kid when you beat me in chess. But was there ever a dull moment? I do not believe so. Either way, happy Raksha Bandhan, bro!
  5. I remember you had once scolded me for making you worry after I returned home at 10 PM. I shrugged that off then, but now I realize the worry you had to go through. Sorry and happy Raksha Bandhan, bro!
  6. I still have not figured out how you manage to get through the man-hole and pull me out when I had fallen into it. But it does not matter how anymore. Thank you, and happy Raksha bandhan!
  7. No matter how impossible the situation is, I can always rely upon you to bail me out of it. Thank you, sister!
  8. No matter how happy or dejected, your antics always cheered me up. Happy Raksha Bandhan little sister!

From getting Rakhis to intricately designed cards, the rakhi delivery service caters to everything.  So get some raksha bandhan cards and buy some of the best best rakhi gifts for brother.


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review 2017-07-22 22:58
The Girl with All the Gifts - M.R. Carey

Creepy, clever and oh so good!

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text 2017-07-16 04:13
What I've read since I've been away...
Difficult Women - Roxane Gay
Fearless Creating - Eric Maisel
Baltimore Blues - Laura Lippman
The Hate U Give - Angie Thomas
The Girl with All the Gifts - M.R. Carey
Al Franken, Giant of the Senate - Al Franken
Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Res... Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy - Sheryl Sandberg,Adam Grant
Dangerous Ends: (Pete Fernandez Book 3) ... Dangerous Ends: (Pete Fernandez Book 3) - Alex Segura

Difficult Women by Roxanne Gay
Fearless Creating by Eric Maisel
Baltimore Blues by Laura Lippman
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
The Girl With All The Gifts by MR Carey
The Widow Nash by Jamie Harrison
Giant of the Senate by Al Franken
Option B - Facing Adversity, Building Resilience and Finding Joy. 
Dangerous Ends by Alex Segura

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review 2017-07-11 01:39
An awesome summer listening experience...
Beware of Geeks Bearing Gifts - Charlie Cochet, Michael Stellman

'Beware of Geeks Bearing Gifts' was an adorable and sweet summer audio experience. Quinn is a gruff, tough Miami SWAT officer and he's also Spencer's sexy, nerve inducing neighbor and never the twain shall meet...until Quinn gets hurt in the line of duty and suddenly finds himself housebound and dependent on others for help and still Quinn and Spencer remain strangers...until Quinn's brother-in-law Rick leaves Quinn's pain meds with Spencer and the rest as they say is history.


Quinn and Spencer were just an adorable comedy of errors and getting past Quinn's defenses was more than a little challenging and just when he starts to thanks to Quinn's friends...or at least one in particular...that's right I'm talking about Javier...Mr. Total Jerk it's Quinn's turn to break get past barriers.


However, I did like Quinn's mother she was adorable in a smothering sort of way and then there was also Spencer's friend and neighbor, Danny who apparently likes to hand out Spence's apartment key to wounded, hunky SWAT agents...seriously why didn't I have a neighbor like that when I was single...honestly, some guys have all the luck. 


I really enjoyed this one it was low steam but sweet and fun with a nice touch of heat towards the end.


Michael Stellman was the narrator for this audio book and his voices were well done. I definitely enjoyed listening to him and look forward to enjoying other audio books narrated by Mr. Stellman...as a matter of fact I see 'The High King's Golden Tongue' in my audio book future.

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