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December Audible Reads #audible #audiobooks

Here are my December Audible reads and I enjoyed all of these. The best out of this bunch is Night Road. This was a reread for me. There was a buddy read over on Litsy and I wanted to participate. … Continue reading

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Nothing is Predictable by Adelina Mae

Nothing Is Predictable By Adalina Mae Genre: Memoir Zara is eight years old, her father, in a drunken rampage, accidentally shoots himself dead. Her childhood memories leave her struggling with romantic attachments and hinder her from developing healthy relationships. Seeking … Continue reading

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In60learning-Sitting Bull, Charlemagne, Kublai Khan and Illinois Native Americans

Ok! I have become a little obsessed with these short reads. These are the 4 I have read this month. They do not take 60 minutes. But….what a wealth of knowledge packed into this period of time. These reads are … Continue reading

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I Was Told to Come Alone My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad by Souad Mekhennet

Overview “I was told to come alone. I was not to carry any identification, and would have to leave my cell phone, audio recorder, watch, and purse at my hotel. . . .” For her whole life, Souad Mekhennet, a … Continue reading

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Living in Italy The Real Deal by Stef Smulders

Overview The experiences and adventures of two Dutchmen and their dog in Italy. “A thoroughly entertaining read and a unique introduction to ‘the Italian way’!” (Readers’ Favorite) “Smulders storytelling artistry is wildly entertaining.” (Blogcritics and Readerviews) Funny short stories about … Continue reading

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Happiness – The Crooked Little Road to Semi-Ever After by Heather Harpham

Overview A shirt-grabbing, page-turning love story that follows a one-of-a-kind family through twists of fate that require nearly unimaginable choices. Happiness begins with a charming courtship between hopelessly attracted opposites: Heather, a world-roaming California girl, and Brian, an intellectual, homebody … Continue reading

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Polio and Me by Ken Dalton

Overview  Polio and Me By Ken Dalton Genre: Personal memoir {discovery of polio vaccine}  The year is 1943. A five year old boy wakes up. He cannot stand or hold an apple in his hand. The boy is rushed to … Continue reading

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