November 29, 2022
  • November 29, 2022

Festive book reviews, including I Wish It Could be Christmas Every Day, The Arctic Curry Club, and The Little Book of Bridgerton

by on December 11, 2021 0

Janet Gordon, who lives in Takeley, reviews bestsellers and early fiction for India … I love this time of year, although my curly hair doesn’t. The first sign of humidity in the air makes me scream for the straightener! Still worth browsing through all the Christmas fairs, and when you’re done, relax on...

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What is a payday loan?

by on November 17, 2021 0

Payday loans provide a quick influx of cash, but should be considered options of last resort. You could pay interest rates equivalent to 400% APR or more with payday loans. Alternatives include local nonprofits, churches, family members, and personal loans. Learn more about Personal Finance Insider loan coverage here. Loading Something is loading. Payday...

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Briefly Noted Book Reviews | the new yorker

by on October 18, 2021 0

Speak, be quietby Carole Angier (Bloomsbury). This biography of WG Sebald, who died twenty years ago, aged fifty-seven, examines him on his own terms, patiently digging into the unspoken traumas of his life and the lives of those around him. . Angier, who has written biographies of Jean Rhys and Primo Levi, recounts Sebald’s...

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Briefly Rated Book Reviews | The New Yorker

by on October 4, 2021 0

Late city, by Robert Olen Butler (Atlantic Monthly). This retrospective novel warns of the political consequences of failures of personal insight. On election night 2016, God visits the deathbed of Sam Cunningham, who, at the age of one hundred and fifteen, is the last living veteran of the First World War. D Chicago...

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Transformers War for Cybertron Siege Comparison Charts for Apeface Crosshairs and Astrotrain

by on September 29, 2021 0

Sunday, June 30th, 2019 11:46am CDT Category: Site Articles Posted by: Stargrave   Views: 32,201 Topic Options: View Discussion · Sign in or Join to reply Stellar Sunday and salutations Seibertronians! Thanks to Seibertronian Cyberpath we have some extremely cool comparison charts of the recent reveals for the Transformers Siege line. These are...

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Catching Up with Don Emde (+3 Book Reviews)

by on September 29, 2021 0

From Motorcycle Racing Champion to Award-winning Author and Publisher—a Profile plus Review of The Speed Kings, On Cannon Ball’s Trail and The Daytona 200 Don Emde occupies a special place in the pantheon of motorcycle personalities, and not just as motorcycle racing champion, either. He is also an award-winning author, historian, and book publisher....

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Salonpas (R) launches website for healthcare professionals

by on August 9, 2021 0

FLORHAM PARK, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / August 9, 2021 / Hisamitsu America today announced that Salonpas®, the # 1 physician-recommended pain reliever patch brand in the United States *, has launched, a site exclusively reserved for healthcare professionals. includes information on all Salonpas products as well as clinical studies and comments...

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Goodreads: book reviews by Goodreads

by on August 4, 2021 0

Discover stories that matter to you, from readers like you. Goodreads is the world’s largest community of readers. Find new and interesting books by browsing personalized recommendations based on the books you’ve read and your favorite genres. See what your friends are reading, write book reviews, and keep track of what you want...

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Lima Public Library Book Reviews

by on May 9, 2021 0

FICTION Geling Yan’s Secret Loveseat Hongmei is the perfect Chinese bride: beautiful, diligent, passive. Glen is the perfect American husband: smart, caring, well-off. From the outside, life for Hongmei and Glen in the San Francisco Bay Area looks perfect. But at home, their marriage collapses. Post-its left on the refrigerator are their primary...

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Book Reviews: “How to Love the World: Poems of Gratitude and Hope”, Anthology; and ‘Bluebird’, James Crews | Poetry | Seven days

by on March 24, 2021 0

Click to enlarge Courtesy How to Love the World: Poems of Gratitude and Hope, edited by James Crews, Storey Publishing, 208 pages. $ 14.95. Last January, Amanda Gorman’s reading during the presidential inauguration propelled her to international fame and put poetry back on the map. Gorman’s “The Hill We Climb” – a poem...

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Ireland’s Wildlife Book Reviews

by on December 22, 2020 0

Like most sites, Ireland’s Wildlife uses cookies to improve functionality, improve your user experience and gauge the popularity of our content. The storage or technical access is strictly necessary for the legitimate purpose of enabling the use of a specific service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user, or for the sole purpose of...

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Henkel launches Loctite B2B online store for printed electronics samples

by on October 29, 2020 0

Henkel Adhesive Technologies offers extensive materials expertise, market know-how and a network of partners to support the process of bringing intelligent printed electronic product solutions to various markets. Since mid-October, the business unit has launched a brand new online shop for a variety of ink and coating material samples. This user-friendly platform, operated...

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Book Reviews: Poetry – NZ Herald

by on October 10, 2020 0

The Great Sacrifice of Humphrey Bogart by Kevin Ireland. THE GREAT SACRIFICE OF HUMPHREY BOGART by Kevin Ireland (Steele Roberts, $ 20) Surprisingly, author Kevin Ireland’s new book is his 23rd collection of poetry; quite a feat! Infused with wit and intelligent observations, it also embodies the best elements of this New Zealander’s...

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StarPhoenix Book Reviews: Return to Blakeney and the Forgotten Saskatchewan

by on February 9, 2020 0

Breadcrumb Links Books “In an unequal society, citizens do not have the material well-being, education or security to actively participate in democracy. Author of the article: Bill robertson • Saskatoon StarPhoenix Release date : Feb 09 2020 • February 9, 2020 • 5 minutes to read • Join the conversation Saskatchewan Forgotten by...

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Ze French Do It Better, a lifestyle guide

by on September 13, 2019 0

Are the French masters of self-promotion, or is there really something behind the bravado? From fashionable gastronomy to the art of seduction, they have always been one step ahead. Effortlessly thin despite butter-stuffed croissants and gallons of wine, chic to fault without even trying – it’s enough to drive you crazy, if you let...

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StarPhoenix Book Reviews: Ernie Loutit and Mark Abley

by on July 27, 2019 0

Breadcrumb Links Books StarPhoenix literary critic Bill Robertson takes a look at two non-fiction books – Ernie Louttit and Mark Abley. Author of the article: Bill robertson • Saskatoon StarPhoenix Ernie Louttit’s Unexpected Cop Photo provided The opinions and recommendations are impartial and the products are selected independently. Postmedia may earn an affiliate...

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StarPhoenix Book Reviews: Remlinger, Hendrickson, Donlan

by on June 29, 2019 0

Breadcrumb Links Books StarPhoenix reviewer Bill Robertson reviews three new books of poetry – Paula Jane Remlinger, Raye Hendrickson, and John Donlan. Author of the article: Bill robertson • Saskatoon StarPhoenix This Hole Called January by Paula Jane Remlinger (for Bill Robertson’s book reviews) Photo provided The opinions and recommendations are impartial and...

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StarPhoenix Book Reviews: Arthur Slade and Alice Kuipers

by on May 18, 2019 0

Breadcrumb Links Books StarPhoenix literary critic Bill Robertson reviews three new books for young adults – two by Arthur Slade and one by Alice Kuipers. Author of the article: Bill robertson • Saskatoon StarPhoenix Death by Airhship by Arthur Slade Photo provided The opinions and recommendations are impartial and the products are selected...

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StarPhoenix Book Reviews Billl Robertson March 23, 2019

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Breadcrumb Links Books Bill Robertson reviews One-Way Ticket by Robert Currie, Another Air by Gillian Harding-Russell and Beyond Forgetting – an anthology by Al Purdy. Author of the article: Bill robertson • Saskatoon StarPhoenix Beyond Forgetting: An Anthology of Poems Written in Hommage to Al Purdy, edited by Howard White and Emma Skagen...

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How to Target Consumers with Amazon Product Samples

by on January 22, 2019 0

Amazon in the United States has an exciting advertising option for brands and retailers: to offer free products to consumers who haven’t requested it. It’s called Amazon Product Samples and the samples are free, recipients don’t have to pay anything. Amazon says they surprise selected customers with samples they think are delicious and...

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Book Reviews: A Heartbreaking Tale Also Offers Redemption

by on July 21, 2018 0

Breadcrumb Links Books Bill Robertson reviews Jeanette Lynes’ second novel, The Small Things That End the World, and Sharon Butala’s new novel, Zara’s Dead Author of the article: Bill robertson • Saskatoon StarPhoenix Jeanette Lynes announces the shortlist for the 2017 Saskatchewan Book Awards at the Frances Morrison Library in Saskatoon, Sask. On...

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Book Reviews: Teen Tale Navigates Survivor Guilt

by on April 21, 2018 0

Breadcrumb Links Books Bill Robertson reviews Beverly Brenna’s latest young adult novel, Fox Magic, Marlis Wesseler’s new novel, The Last Chance Ladies’ Book Club, and Sleuth: Gail Bowen on Writing Mysteries Author of the article: Bill robertson • Saskatoon StarPhoenix Bill Robertson reviews three books by Sask. writers. Photo by kurmyshov /Getty Images...

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Why are customers willing to pay for samples of Sephora products? – RetailWire

by on February 13, 2018 0

Feb 13 2018 If you want to pay for a Sephora Deluxe Sample Box subscription, you’ll have to wait. This is because, according to Sephora’s website, subscriptions to their extremely popular subscription box service, “Play!” By Sephora ”, are currently out of stock. Rather, potential customers are encouraged to leave their email address...

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Out and about on

by on June 6, 2017 0

By Bob Cairns This month, Bob is reviewing The Last Picture Show by Larry McMurtry. If you like major novels and haven’t read the novel or seen the movie, start from the beginning and read The Last Picture Show. It’s set in the 1950s in Thalia, an ugly little Texas oil town where,...

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Book reviews: Le Paris des cinéphiles

by on May 26, 2017 0

The Paris of cinephiles Paris doesn’t need to be put on the map, but it continues to surprise with its growing number of must-see places. In this inspired guide, we walk through the city’s most iconic filming locations, from famous restaurants to quirky boutiques and grocery stores. The over 200 pages are a...

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Book Reviews: SAP Nation and Stacking the Deck

by on December 10, 2014 0

I had the chance to read David Pottruck’s new book “Stacking the Deck” a few weeks ago. He focuses on driving big change – something that many IT project managers and systems integrators should know a lot about. I have a healthy appreciation for what it takes to change an organization. I’ve been...

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