Category Archives: Reading

Review: 65 Things to Do When You Retire

65 Things to Do When You Retire, 65 Notable Achievers on How to Make the Most of the Rest of Your Life edited by Mark Evan Chimsky is not a book suggesting a bucket list or a “to do” list … Continue reading

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Review: Ed Begley, Jr.’s Guide to Sustainable Living

Long known as an environmentalist, actor Ed Begley, Jr. now educates and inspires the masses using television (Living With Ed), the internet (livingwithed.net), and writing books. Ed Begley, Jr.’s Guide to Sustainable Living: Learning to Conserve Resources and Manage an … Continue reading

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National Library Week

April 11 to 17, 2010 is National Library Week. The theme for National Library Week 2010 is “Communities thrive @ your library.” All types of libraries take part in this annual celebration honoring the contributions of librarians and libraries around … Continue reading

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Books Following Me Home

I stopped by the library today to return a book. Unfortunately, I scanned the shelves of new books and two of them followed me home. That shouldn’t be a bad thing, but I still have 5 library books checked out. … Continue reading

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"Mountain Man" Western Novels

I have decided to sell some western novels that were my dad’s. Specifically, seven Mountain Man  novels by William S. Johnstone. I’ve had them over 12 years and had never read them. However, I couldn’t sell them without reading them. … Continue reading

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Library Day

I spend a morning at the library each week. I examine the shelves of new books and sometimes find something to take home and read. Then I read magazines for a couple of hours. I read about crafts, personal finance, … Continue reading

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