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David Thomas
David Thomas, L.M.S.W., is the Director of Family Counseling at Daystar Counseling in Nashville, TN. He is the co-author of six books, including the best-selling Wild Things: The Art of Nurturing Boys (Tyndale House Publishers), a frequent guest on national television and radio, and a speaks... show more



David Thomas, L.M.S.W., is the Director of Family Counseling at Daystar Counseling in Nashville, TN. He is the co-author of six books, including the best-selling Wild Things: The Art of Nurturing Boys (Tyndale House Publishers), a frequent guest on national television and radio, and a speaks across the country. He and his wife, Connie, have a daughter, two sons and a fiesty yellow lab puppy named Owen.

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Lollypop's book
Lollypop's book rated it 6 years ago
"God does not give us gifts that he does not intend for us to use" This book got alot of hype in the wrestling community because of the simple name of Shawn Micheals. I got this on Kindle due to being unsure about the book and like always the price difference was a big difference. I did love it...
Ex libris de librum vermis
Ex libris de librum vermis rated it 7 years ago
The Pragmatic Programmer gives the impression of talking to the ultimate tutors, who in detailed and easy to understand way lay out everything that you should aspire to - in programming, but in the other parts of the life too. The first chapter in particularly can be applied universally. This is a b...
Batgrl: Bookish Hooha
Batgrl: Bookish Hooha rated it 8 years ago
So once upon a time back in October I saved this in my drafts folder and then forgot to finish/update it. The review that is, not the book. The book I had a huge amount of fun with, because it's packed with trope after trope from cheesy romance novels, though not all in a laughable way. Because I di...
Rabbit Reads
Rabbit Reads rated it 9 years ago
The essays were really interesting and fascination. I was totally nerding out in a good way.
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chapterseldomread rated it 9 years ago
As a series of essays on various areas within the show Fringe, this is a very interesting book but just not what I was looking for.Some of the essays where, of course, better than others and some very interesting parallels are drawn between the main characters (especially Walter Bishop) and great li...
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