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The TBR of Doom

I recently realized that I’ve bought ten nonfiction books in the last few months and haven’t yet read them, and so began drafting another TBR challenge.  Both in 2014 and 2016 I imposed a challenge on myself: no more book … Continue reading

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TBR: And Then There was One

Dear readers,  we approach the end for the To be Read Takedown Challenge! Richard Francis’ Domesticated: Evolution in a Man-Made World proved disappointing, not because of the quality of content but the focus thereof.  Although Domesticated sells itself as a … Continue reading

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TBR Bodycheck

Another week, more solid progress on the TBR. There are a couple of reviews pending. I plan one more big push this week, then a switch to American lit, then another drive to finish this one off! Taken down! Liberty, … Continue reading

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TBR Progress Report

A few weeks into the new TBR Takedown Challenge (Bigger! Better!), I’m making excellent progress: Taken down!Liberty, Defined, Ron PaulBig Box Swindle, Stacy MitchellSaving Congress from Itself, James BuckleyCyber War: The Next Threat to National Security, Richard ClarkeWhen Asia Was … Continue reading

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The Return of the TBR

Dear readers: A couple of days ago I received a book in the mail and a little alarm bell went off in my head, the subconscious recognition that yep, I’ve not another stack of unread nonfiction books: at least twelve. … Continue reading

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