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For love of Lenovo and Windows 7

My Lenovo laptop is aging (as computers do) and running like crap, which I acknowledge is more likely due to software than hardware. But still, in terms of computer age, this thing is ancient. When the hard drive failed a couple years ago, I thought about buying a new one… but, ya know… Windows 10. […]

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A Decent Bomber by Alexander McNabb

Title: A Decent Bomber Author: Alexander McNabb Available at: Amazon I read and reviewed prior novels by Alexander McNabb (Shemlan, Olives, and Beirut). I enjoyed all of them, and recommend them to anyone who enjoys a good thriller. In my opinion, A Decent Bomber is the best yet. McNabb moves from the familiar ground of the […]

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The weight loss question: How did you do it?

This is a blog post I’ve been meaning to write for quite awhile. Many of my friends already know that over the last 4 years (anniversary in October), I’ve lost 130 pounds. It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that the question I get asked all the time is: How did you do it? I […]

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Multigrain bowl experiment

Quite some time ago, I bought Cuisine Adventures Chicken & Multigrain bowl from Costco. I was never able to find it there again, nor have I seen it anywhere else. I’m trying to eat more dark leafy greens, and this bowl contains kale. I’ve had issues liking kale. I know, I know – it’s popular, it’s […]

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Death Never Sleeps by David Grace

Title: Death Never Sleeps Author: David Grace Available from: Amazon I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. That was quite some time ago and when David Grace asked me to review a new book, I realized I read this one and then never wrote a review. So, I […]

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The Rich are Different by Chris Orcutt

Title: The Rich are Different Author: Chris Orcutt Available from: Amazon This is the second novel in the Dakota Stevens series. (See my review of A Real Piece of Work). I bought this book nearly 2 years ago, after I read (and loved) the first. I don’t know why it took me so long to […]

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