Popologetics

Date Sun, June 3 2012

Before I started this book by Ted Turnau, I wasn’t familiar with apologetics. However, I picked it up because I am interested in pop culture. Luckily, the author does take the time to explain apologetics pretty well in the first section. If you’re not familiar, Wikipedia defines it as follows: the discipline of defending a […]

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Does He Cheat? Confessions from Men: 50 Signs Your Partner May Be Cheating

Date Fri, June 1 2012

I’m kind of a sucker for books with poignant titles like Does He Cheat? And I like lists, so it seemed like this book by Sterling Anderson, with insight from Stephanie Dart, was right up my alley. The format is straight-forward. It’s a list of fifty ways that men cheat and each list item contains […]

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The Self Illusion: How the Social Brain Creates Identity

Date Sat, May 5 2012

I want to write a fantastically smart review for this book because it is fantastically smart. Unfortunately, I know it will fall short. This is because I wasn’t really familiar with any of the theories about neuropsychology that the author, Bruce Hood, presents. However, I am always interested in how the brain works, and that’s […]

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40 Days to Better Living: Anxiety

Date Tue, May 1 2012

I recently discovered a website that allows bloggers, reviewers and other folks to read copies of books. I was approved for a lot of books. This expands my to-read exponentially, which is both good and bad considering that I am in the middle of a book that I can’t get into. I figured something that […]

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Ninety Days: A Memoir of Recovery

Date Tue, April 10 2012

Ninety Days is the true story of literary agent Bill Clegg’s decent into drug abuse and rise back out. The theme, ninety days, focuses on the rehab practice of making it through the first 90 cleans days. Three months might seem like a short time to some, but as I read Bill’s story, it became […]

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Ghostbusters Volume 1

Date Tue, March 20 2012

Although the cover of Ghostbusters volume 1 features the likeness of Ray and the crew, the style of art is much “cuter” and less realistic. This is, perhaps, a comic book that is better left to the kids because of it. That isn’t to say that adult readers and long-time fans of the Ghostbusters stories […]

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The Worldwide Dessert Contest (Multimedia Edition)

Date Sun, March 18 2012

The Worldwide Dessert Contestis a fantastic book for elementary school kids and young middle schoolers. As an adult, I found this book to be a light read that was entertaining and distracting. I did tend to pick it apart as adults tend to do with books meant for a younger audience, but it was still […]

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