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New sapphic book review: All Things

New sapphic book review: All Things Beautiful by Alaina Erdell

Just finished my third this year:

Pilze der Heimat eine Auswahl der verbreitesten, essbaren ungeniessbaren und giftigen Pilze unserer Wlder -1913-

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Nezu Press is bringing out a new edition of 'The Other End' by R. Ellis Roberts. In addition to the contents of the 1st edition, it includes 4 reviews that the author wrote about the work of Arthur Machen. It also includes a biographical essay by me.

Today we celebrate the anniversary of release of Urban Contemporary History Month from author Scott Woods! Celebrate with us and pick up a copy today!

Looking for books to read Check out my 2023 reading list of favorite books related to tech!

I recently read and enjoyed Enders Shadow, which is a re-telling of events descried in Enders Game. I also see that Rosencrantz and Guilderstern are dead is a different perspective of Hamlet. Does anyone know other books that do this, giving a new perspective to a story already told

Book The Experimentation Field Book

This book is a hands-on manual for crafting and conducting useful experiments in real-life settings. It guides readers from any background or discipline through the fundamentals of identifying testable ideas, selecting an evidence base, prototyping, and testing, building users skill sets and channeling their creativity through an interactive, exercise-oriented format.

Was treibt eine Wlfin in die Weite Ist es der graue Gefhrte gewesen, der sie verstie oder der, der sie wollte Fing sie sich in einer Grube, vom Rudel verlassen, verraten, das ohne sie weiterzog Oder traf sie ein Schatten mitten ins Herz, der ihr sagte, dass Einsamkeit ihr Heimat sei (Und hier stelle man sich die lang gezogenen Tne des heulenden Wolfs als Hintergrundmusik der Szenerie vor. Und in das Heulen hinein fllt ein Schuss.)

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My review of by Cate Quinn is live on !

A thrilling read full of wonderfully written, unlikeable characters and with a superb dark undertone that I couldn't get enough of.

Check out my review...

My next to read.

Les champignons (fungi, hymnomyctes) qui croissent en France - 1878

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Coucou mes Bookinautes chris ! Il vous attend ds aujourd'hui en librairie : "Monsieur Antoine" de Laurent Malot, publi aux ditions XO !

Ma chronique :

On en parle ensemble Dites-moi tout en commentaires... Et bonne journe tous !

Service presse - Collaboration entirement gracieuse

For some politicians, racists are despicable until you start losing voters to them:

"Victory in the fight for trust with the economy was critical.

Another was countering the UK Independence Party (Ukip). It is easy to forget what a potent political force Nigel Farage's band of rightwing Eurosceptic insurgents then was - and what a threat it posed to the Conservatives. Its blend of status quo-bashing, saying the 'unsayable' and tapping into concerns on immigration and crime was effective against a Tory Party that had been pushed towards the centre ground. In 2014, Ukip came top in the European Parliament elections, picking up one in every four votes. They were flipping Tory MPs too, with Douglas Carswell and Mark Reckless defecting to Ukip and winning the subsequent by-elections. Ukip would go on to get almost four million votes at the 2015 election, more than 12 per cent of the total, coming second in 120 seats, but getting across the line in just one: Carswell's Clacton. Farage called the result, a reflection of the old first-past-the-post rules that the Lib Dems had tried to ditch, 'very, very painful'. 'Never in the history of British politics has anybody got more votes with fewer seats,' Farage said in an interview.

Back in 2006, Cameron had dubbed Ukip supporters a bunch of fruitcakes and loonies and closet racists'. Come 2015, he was offering an olive branch to tempt 'my little purple friends' back to the blue side. The major move here came in January 2013 with the promise of an in/out referendum on European Union membership - the starting gun on the race that would end with Brexit. The threat was less that of Ukip winning vast numbers of seats than of denying Tory victories by forcing down their vote totals, allowing another party to sneak in at the top. Isaac Levido, another Australian political strategist who is often seen as Crosby's protg and who would lead Johnson's winning 2019 election campaign, was inside the Tory tent for 2015 and acknowledged the danger. 'Ukip were an existential threat to us getting into a majority government, Levido said. "They only needed to perform marginally better in a handful of seats and we wouldn't have won a majority"

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"Thunder of Freedom" (2013)
Sue Lorenzi Sojourner

Powder Days
If you've idealized the life of a ski bum, or that friend that lives down by the river and kayaks every moment they can, this book takes a look at what the culture of being a dirtbag really means. It's about risk, and self-medication with more risk or alcohol and drugs, and living a life that's precarious.

Hansman looks at the racism in the ski industry, and how it survives on the backs of workers that are paid cheaply because the

Mad Honey by Jennifer Finney Boylan, Jodi Picoult

74% god!! When are we getting to the bottom of this whole thing! This whole novel could have been like 50 pages shorter

Who sits and waits in the darkness

There is no movement in the blackness.

A hissing sigh floats through the air.

Are those snakes slithering in her hair

The ghostly form stands to meet us.

Is she the hostess sent to greet us

We stand alone in this bleak hall.

There wont be dancing at this ball.

Time to leave this creepy place

And quicken this storys pace.

But since this is a horror story,

We wont be leaving with much glory.

THE DEAD GAME

AT THE INTERSECTION OF MAGIC AND THE EVERYDAY, this fluid and mythical tale traces the mourning journey of a Din (Navajo) man across the colonized continent. Lovely and poetic prose rich with imagery. A MINUS

I The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton. This early by Crichton felt like it didn't age well and ended too early in the evolution of the strain. But it was written in the 1960s & probably seemed technology & scientifically advanced for the time. I didn't dislike it, I just expected to enjoy it more.

Listened to ALL SYSTEMS RED (THE MURDERBOT DIARIES #1) (2017) - Martha Wells

Pilze der Heimat eine Auswahl der verbreitesten, essbaren ungeniessbaren und giftigen Pilze unserer Wlder -1913-

In this remarkable book, Paramahansa Yogananda reveals the hidden yoga of the Gospels and confirms that Jesus, like the ancient sages and masters of the East, not only knew yoga but taught this universal science of God-realization to his closest disciples. Includes a discussion of the "lost years" of Jesus in India.

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Poem from my book "From The Mud: The Alchemy Of Self Love Poetry"

Beast or a god

The Man Who Caught the Storm: The Life of Legendary Tornado Chaser Tim Samaras, by Brantley Hargrove, My rating:5 out of 5 stars, Read from: 01/16/2024 - 01/17/2024.

This was a totally amazing read, and I recommend it to anyone interested in tornados or summer weather events.

Book description: The life and death saga of one of historys greatest storm chasers: a tour-de-force tale of obsession, ingenuity, and the race to understand natures fiercest phenomenonthe tornado. At the turn of the twenty-first century, the tornado was one of the last true mysteries of the modern world. It was a monster that ravaged the American heartland a thousand times each year, yet sciences every effort to divine its inner workings had ended in failure. Researchers all but gave up, until the arrival of an outsider. In a field of PhDs, Tim Samaras didnt attend a day of college in his life. He chased storms with brilliant tools of his own invention and pushed closer to the tornado than anyone else ever dared. When he achieved what meteorologists had deemed impossible, it was as if he had snatched the fire of the gods. Yet even as he transformed the field, Samaras kept on pushing. As his ambitions grew, so did the risks. And when he finally met his matchin a faceoff against the largest tornado ever recordedit upended everything he thought he knew. Brantley Hargrove delivers a masterful tale, chronicling the life of Tim Samaras in all its triumph and tragedy. He takes readers inside the thrill of the chase, the captivating science of tornadoes, and the remarkable character of a man who walked the line between life and death in pursuit of knowledge. Following the tradition of Into Thin Air and The Perfect Storm, Hargroves debut offers an unforgettable exploration of obsession and the extremes of the natural world.

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Journey Through the Video Game World

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Done reading Sun Tzus The Art of War. Just took 20 hours since I updated my #Bookwyrm account and now thats the third book read this year. I wanna learn more about Asian Philosophy and thats the year to start!
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Done reading Sun Tzu's "The Art of War". Just took 20 hours since I updated my account and now that's the third book read this year. I wanna learn more about Asian Philosophy and that's the year to start!

Today's release: Simon Hosking's queer dystopian sci-fi book out The Sky is Grey:

It is a dystopian nightmare wrapped in a Versace gown.

The world is gorgeous, with dazzling cities full of beautiful people and almost endless entertainment. Dorimu machines allow people to download...

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British birds by Thorburn, Archibald -1860-1935-

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