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The Story of the Human Body by Daniel Lieberman


Daniel Lieberman is a Professor of Biology at Harvard.  His book The Story of the Human Body covers our evolution and how evolution doesn’t always catch up with how humans develop.  All of us started as hunter-gatherers.  He explains how … Continue reading

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Jews and Power by Ruth R. Wisse My rating: <a href=”http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/569181016″>4 of 5 stars</a><br /><br /> <br/><br/> <a href=”http://www.goodreads.com/review/list/1592927-michael-charton”>View all my reviews</a>     Related articles Why Being Jewish Can Be Like a Job Interview. (iamanauthorimustauth.wordpress.com)

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Tucson Festival of Books Saturday March 9, 2013. Social Media and Promotion for Writers.


1130am  Social Media and Promotion for Readers and Writers Kristen Lamb, Michael Charton, Mark Coker or Jim Azevado    Moderator Jackie Tresler Mark Coker and Jim Azevado work for the electronic publisher Smashwords.    Kristen Lamb writes about social media.  Click on … Continue reading

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Dazed: The Story of a Grunge Rocker by Nikki Palomino


I’m going to begin this review with a warning and caveat.  There are graphic descriptions of homosexual sex and drug use.  If that offends you, take this under consideration.  This is the story Dazed, The Story of a Grunge Rocker … Continue reading

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