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Finding Jake

Finding Jake 
by Bryan Reardon (Goodreads Author)George Newbern (Narrator)

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Assassin’s Apprentice

Assassin’s Apprentice (Farseer Trilogy #1)

by Robin Hobb, Narrated by Paul Boehmer

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Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging

by Sebastian Junger

I enjoyed the book immensely. The writing style flowed smoothly. It was a quick read. But it is one that is worth reading more then once. I really didn’t want to put Read the rest of this entry

Crocheted Animal Hats


Crocheted Animal Hats: 15 Patterns to Hook and Show Off


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The Forest of Hands and Teeth


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The Kin of Ata Are Waiting for You


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Aliens Colonial Marines Technical Manual


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The Gingerbread Girl (audio book)


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Prodigal Son (Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein #1) Audio Book


by Dean Koontz and Kevin J. Anderson

This is not a retelling of the original novel. Instead it is a look at what comes after that first story. This is as laden with moral questions as the original novel. What are the responsibilities of the creator? Are we bound by where we come from? It looks at the meanings of life and the importance of things that we often take for granted. It looks at basic human emotions and our ability to choose. How important are Read the rest of this entry

Of Dolls and Murder

This is a documentary that is about the way in which crime scenes are investigated. It moves you through the history of forensics with focus on Frances Glessner Lee and the way that she changed how crime scenes were looked at. I found this to be engaging and informative. I’m giving it the 4 stars rather then the 5 because I found a little unfocused. I disliked the way that it meandered back and forth between history, social review and current forensic science. Each topic really deserves to be its own thing. While the information presented on each topic was rich and engaging, I would have preferred something a touch more focused on one of the three. This is something worth watching as an introduction to the topic; especially if you are not familiar with the history.

Mistakes & Adventures

What I've always wanted


Multimedia resources for teaching bioethics


Art shenanigans of Xenia Bougaevsky

Crochet Thread

A Modern Interpretation of Vintage Crochet by Ann Reillet Featuring Many Original Designs


Crafting with hook, needle and yarn