Monthly Archives: July 2011

Book Sleuth – Matterhorn

Found via Baby Got Books Published by Grove Press

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Blog Jog Day

Definitely easier than a real jog on a hot day that you realize you were absolutely not prepared for about 1/4 mile in, a Blog Jog! What is it, you ask? Blog Jog Day is a one-day event where Bloggers … Continue reading

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Book Sleuth – Portrait of a Marriage

Found via The Hairpin Published by The University of Chicago Press

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New York, Phew York

I saw this first on the illustrator’s, Tim Probert, blog. I always knew his art would lend itself well to a children’s picture book and what could be more fun that a New York City Scratch & Sniff!? The Proberts … Continue reading

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Borders Officially Closing Its Doors

I feel like this has been going on forever and a day, but now it’s official. I’ve never shopped at Borders because 1) I worked for B&N for so long and, 2) I always thought it was kind of dirty. … Continue reading

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Book Sleuth – On Hitler’s Mountain

Found via Barnes & Noble Bookstores Published by William Morrow

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Harry Potter – The End

Thank goodness for Pottermore. Shit must be seriously saving lives. Because without the anticipation of what’s in store for J.K.’s newest initiative, this Friday would have been the saddest day in all the days of Potter fanatics. Harry Potter and … Continue reading

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Book Sleuth – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Found via Geek Mom Published by Quirk

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Skills USA

Last week, I attended a competition/conference known as Skills USA. If you know nothing about the organization, you should really go to their website and check them out. Skills USA events are annual and begin with state level championships in … Continue reading

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