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I mentioned last month the journey I’ve begun as a result of the continued anti-racism protests. It started with providing a short list of science fiction and fantasy books by black authors, books that I’ve enjoyed, found deals on, and recommend. It continues with my participation in What Lies Between Us, an anti-racism course taught…

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Say you’re someone who, because of the current pandemic, lost their job. You’re desperately looking for another full-time job–among so many others–while trying to come up with ways to earn money online as a possible alternate source of income in the meantime. Or say you’re a married someone who stays at home and cares for…

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Last week, I shared with you some books on how to not be scared. I know a lot of you are at least nervous or shaken, if not downright quivering in your boots with the fear of possibly getting sick with the corona virus, watching a loved one get sick, or losing your job. I…

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If you’re freaking out about this whole pandemic, please know I’m thinking about you. To the extent that I can offer comfort from afar, let me share with you the top five secular books that have allayed my fears, not only during these hard times, but in others as well: 1. The Fearless Mind: Description…

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cover of the Right Amount of Panic book: a woman in front of a fine dotted line

The Right of Amount of Panic sounds interesting as a title for a book doesn’t it, especially during this Covid-19 pandemic? I definitely found it intriguing, although it didn’t have anything to do with the right amount of panic for this outbreak. We could use some kind of manual on that, couldn’t we? Instead, this…

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If there’s one thing I hope my collective online presences (social, blog, etc.) show, it’s that I’m passionate. I love books, yes, but also: gaming blogging helping cross-stitching skiing, and fishing. Anyone who knows me IRL knows that I passionately pursue progress and fun in all of these area. I think about them almost every…

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Book cover of The Nonsense Factory: the Justice statue, with her arms bound

Oh you guys! It’s been so long since I posted here! Sorry! I’ve been busy posting reviews to Goodreads and Amazon, working full-time, writing, going to writers’ conferences, and the like. I’ll do a round-up post of recommendations soon. Today, however, I want to tell you about The Nonsense Factory. I’m actually going to go…

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“Should Roe v. Wade be overturned?,” was the question asked by one of my friends on Facebook the other day. Normally, I would have scrolled on past, sure that if I were to weigh in, it would become a raging inferno of disagreement, insults, and hurt. The divisiveness of our country scares me, but for…

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Say you’re scrolling down your Twitter feed, and you come across someone spouting something particularly opinionated, rude, or derogatory. Just a quick scan of their post reveals that it’s about something you heartily disagree with, and/or is expressed in such a prejudicial way that you immediately scroll past it. You think, “Why should I engage…

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