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Larry McMurtry Update … Those Berrybenders are Back!

Today, I took a trip to Barnes & Noble to make use of the gift card I got for Christmas. When I walked in the door, among the “new arrivals” was an extremely thick volume that had just hit the … Continue reading

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Make a Run for the Borders

With gifts, they say it’s the thought that counts … but, buying a gift for me usually doesn’t take a lot of thought. My loved ones know me well.  They know what I like and they know that I’m easy … Continue reading

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How I Became an Avid Reader …

Do you love to read?  I do.  Well, at least I do, now … In fact, I usually have at least two books going at any one time … occasionally three.  Yes, I love to read and I have for a … Continue reading

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Are you a history “Reenactor” or an “Imagin-actor”?

First, let me say that I have absolutely nothing against reenactors or reenactments.  I totally understand and appreciate what reenactors are trying to do and I commend them for their dedication.   I have attended reenactments and they are grand events with lots … Continue reading

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A summer reading suggestion

Do you like good historical fiction?  How about an exciting mystery? “The Whiskey Rebels”, an excellent novel by Davis Liss combines the best of each  genre and works very nicely on both levels. Liss has chosen a somewhat under-appreciated era in the history … Continue reading

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