Category Archives: nonfiction

Beneath A Scarlet Sky – Mark Sullivan

Each month, with Amazon Prime I am eligible for the Kindle First program, and can download one Kindle First title for free each month, a month before its official release date.  Last month, this book, “Beneath A Scarlet Sky by Mark Sullivan, was the one of the … Continue reading

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Let This Mind Be In You – Bradford Scott

One of my favorite studies, is Hebrew. I’m very much on the left side of the Bell Curve with it, but I love it non-the-less.  It started when I began to see that as I read my Bible, I assumed … Continue reading

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Why Has All This Happened To Us? by W.T. Hamilton

During one of my visits to my library, I came across this book, “Why Has All This Happened To Us,” by W.T.Hamilton. Since it would only cost me a dime, I decided to pick it up. I’m like everyone else, … Continue reading

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Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom

This book was an enjoyable variation to my usual book fare, in that it was written more recently, (if 1997 can be considered recent.)  “Tuesdays with Morrie” is subtitled: “an old man, a young man and life’s greatest lesson.” I … Continue reading

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The SNOWBALL by Alice Schroeder

The full title of this work is; The Snowball Warren Buffet and the Business of Life. This book was  a little deviation from my usual and preferred fare in a couple of ways. It’s not a fiction, (of which my … Continue reading

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