Day: May 20, 2019

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BL-opoly: Master Tracking Post

Status Quo of Bank Account: $20 Currently Reading for: Stay-Cation, #7: A book with a house on the cover Book: Miles Burton: The Secret of High Eldersham Length: 256 pages => + $3 upon completion     My marker is based (of course) on my little assistants and good luck charms, Sunny and Charlie, who […]

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Agatha Christie: Death on the Nile – Buddy Read, Reading Progress Update: 1%

… aaaand … they’re off.  (Finally.) If only Mr. Suchet’s narration were to stay as lovely and engaging as it does in the beginning.  Oh well.  I’ll happily revisit this for his Poirot if for nothing else nevertheless.   Related Posts Death on the Nile Buddy Read (David Suchet Audio): Buddy Read Announcement Second and […]

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Oh Horrors! Fictfact closed. Please do reblog so everyone using knows to download their data.

Reblogged from: Debbie’s Spurts Ugh! Ugh! Ugh!  Just went to update my series read to see this from fictfact: “FictFact is closed. We recently lost our primary source of income, Amazon Associate sales. Due to a minor error on our part, we unknowingly had in infraction of their terms. We tried to appeal after we […]

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BL-opoly: Let the Games Begin!

First roll: 3 + 4 = 7 … which puts me on square 7: Stay-Cation: “Read a book that has a house on the cover, or that is related to something unique about your community (for example, if your community has a strawberry festival, read a book with strawberries on the cover).” Miles Burton’s Secret […]

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Clea Koff: The Bone Woman

War Crimes Laid Bare from Beyond the Grave Some 15+ years ago, towards the end of the years when I was practicing law in the U.S., I was asked to represent a young woman from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC, the former Zaire) in an immigration case.  My client was a Tutsi, in her […]

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