Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

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7 Books on Lizzie Borden

7 Books on Lizzie Borden

Image via Wikipedia You know the rhyme.  “Lizzie Borden took an axe.  And gave her mother forty whacks.  When she saw what she had done, she gave her father forty-one.”  The trail of Lizzie Borden for the murder of her father and her stepmother took the United States by storm in 1892, when Borden was 32 years of age.  Despite the fact that there was a lot of suspicious activity surrounding... [Read more]


7 Books About Farts

7 Books About Farts

Who knows why, but people laugh at flatulence.  That famous scene from Blazing Saddles, whoopee cushions, and a host of other scenarios drive home the fact that, like it or not, people think farts are funny.  Granted, it’s not something you want to do during a wedding ceremony, for instance, but there are probably hundreds of YouTube videos out there that document just that type of occurrence. ... [Read more]


7 Books – Strange and Bizarre How-To Books

7 Books – Strange and Bizarre How-To Books

  Zompoc:  How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse by Michael G. Thomas and Nick S. Thomas Believe it or not, there are several how-to books out there about dealing with zombies.  This one is the most helpful.  Trust us.  If a Zombie Apocalypse (Zompoc) does arrive, this is the book you’ll want in your arsenal.  It isn’t the funniest zombie survival book out there, but it is the most... [Read more]


Top 10 Female Detective Novels

Top 10 Female Detective Novels

Detectives and crime novels have been around for a long long time. The tale of ‘One Thousand and One Nights’, better known as the ‘Arabian Nights’ featured a protagonist who took up the case of solving a murder and had many of the plot twists and suspense that modern detective novels feature today. In the 1800’s, Edgar Allan Poe was the main character seeking to solve The Murders in the... [Read more]


7 Essential Books for Your 8-12 Year Old Child

7 Essential Books for Your 8-12 Year Old Child

When it comes to exposing children to literature, there are two rules:  the earlier the better, and the better the more beneficial.  Once your child is 8 years old, they’ve likely learned to read and have already been influenced by popular culture, media, and their friends.  In reference to the statement above, “better” books mean, in this list, the classic books. So, somewhere... [Read more]


7 Books on Home Security

7 Books on Home Security

Home security is essential; we spend billions of dollars every year on home improvements and our homes also contain our most precious and valuable possessions and most of all, our families live there too!  It’s vital we take all necessary precautions to deter and prevent incidents from happening in and around the home so we protect our families and property. The Complete Book of Home, Site and... [Read more]


7 Books About Dog Training

7 Books About Dog Training

Dogs are our best friends – in some cases they are the only ones who loves us unconditionally, who are happy no matter what is going on in our lives, who will cuddle with us even when our feet are stinky. Even so, it is important that we are able to communicate with our best friends. Since they don’t speak our language, we have to learn theirs. Lucky for us there are many people who have... [Read more]


7 Book Reviews on Becoming a Lawyer

7 Book Reviews on Becoming a Lawyer

Cover via Amazon Lawyer Books – 7 Book Reviews on Becoming a Lawyer Aristotle proclaimed that, “The law is reason free of passion”, and becoming a lawyer has been the career destination for young people from all walks of life for centuries.  It is no accident that most of the major political leaders over the last 300 years had their academic and professional grounding in the law –... [Read more]


Real Life Fahrenheit 451

Real Life Fahrenheit 451

Have you ever read the book Fahrenheit 451? It is about a futuristic world, where books and critical thought are totally outlawed. In fact, a fireman in the book actually means “book burner.” People who are caught owning or reading books in the novel are put in a mental hospital while they books are burnt. I thought of the novel as one thought lead to another while thinking about what... [Read more]


7 Books Reviews about Allergies

7 Books Reviews about Allergies

Living with allergies is more than a chore for many sufferers, it can also mean the difference between life and death with some allergies deeply affecting the welfare and health of those with them.  Some allergies, such as peanut allergy, create a serious constraint on the lifestyle and eating habits of those afflicted – especially as peanuts and products derived from them are used in such widespread... [Read more]


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