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Grace’s Guide Read-along!

Grace’s Guide Read-along!

Tacye Hong April 30, 2015 0

We are pleased to announce that we will be having a read-along for Grace’s Guide: The Art of Pretending to be a Grown-Up with The Night Owl Post once again. The read-along will be from May 1st

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Book Review: Just How It Happened by Austin Mahone

Book Review: Just How It Happened by Austin Mahone

Tacye Hong April 1, 2015 0

Austin Mahone, being a singer who gained fame through his YouTube channel, certainly has one of the most interesting stories to tell people. His journey is very inspiring as he had, and still has,

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Book Review: We Should Hang Out Sometime by Josh Sundquist

Book Review: We Should Hang Out Sometime by Josh Sundquist

Tacye Hong March 12, 2015 0

Many inspirational people have often become inspirational because they have went through tough situations and unfortunate events or that they have created impressive life projects for themselves. Josh Sundquist has done both. Being a

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Book Review: Popular – Vintage Wisdom for a Modern Geek by Maya Van Wagenen

Book Review: Popular – Vintage Wisdom for a Modern Geek by Maya Van Wagenen

Tacye Hong February 12, 2015 1

Many people read memoir because they are either a fan of the author, or simply because they are interested in someone’s life story. For Maya Van Wagenen, not many know her prior to her

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Book Review: The Wild Truth by Carine McCandless

Book Review: The Wild Truth by Carine McCandless

Suzanne LaPierre November 20, 2014 0

Countless people have been captivated by the story of young Chris McCandless who, after graduating from Emory University, gave the remainder of his college funds to charity, abandoned his car, and embarked on a

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Book Review: North of Normal by Cea Sunrise Person

Book Review: North of Normal by Cea Sunrise Person

Suzanne LaPierre October 6, 2014 0

If you enjoyed The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls, you won’t be able to put down North of Normal: A Memoir of My Wilderness Childhood, My Unusual Family, and How I Survived Both by

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Book Review: Finding Me by Michelle Knight

Book Review: Finding Me by Michelle Knight

Amanda O'Hara October 3, 2014 0

On May 6, 2013, Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus were rescued by neighbours and police alike from an unassuming house in Cleveland, Ohio after having been held captive for more than a

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Book Review: Teaching the Cat to Sit by Michelle Theall

Book Review: Teaching the Cat to Sit by Michelle Theall

Suzanne LaPierre October 1, 2014 0

When Michelle Theall was a child, she overheard her parents expressing concern about her lack of friends: “I saw her teaching the cat to sit,” her father worried to her mother.  Teaching the Cat to

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Book Review: Bombs on Aunt Dainty by Judith Kerr

Book Review: Bombs on Aunt Dainty by Judith Kerr

Verity Kendall September 21, 2014 0

‘Bombs on Aunt Dainty’ is the second novel in Judith Keer’s trilogy, following the life of a German child, Anna, through her war time experiences as a Jewish refugee. The novels are all based

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Book Review: Running Like a Girl: Notes on Learning to Run by Alexandra Heminsley

Book Review: Running Like a Girl: Notes on Learning to Run by Alexandra Heminsley

Suzanne LaPierre September 20, 2014 0

Author Alexandra Heminsley was once the girl on the sofa eating chips when her roommate came back from a run, thinking that it was a shame she “couldn’t” run, she just wasn’t a running

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