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My Thoughts On The Arabian Nights

Early yesterday afternoon, I completed my reading of The Arabian Nights.  I’ve gotta say, this book is probably one of the better books I’ve read in the last year.  I couldn’t believe how great most of the stories were in the book.  As I mentioned previously, all the stories just rolled right into one another […]

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The Beginning of the Summer Reading Season!

Here we are, Memorial Day weekend.  First, I would like to take a moment to remember all those in the military who serve so nobly so we can enjoy our Sundays each and every week, and for those who paid the ultimate price. I also like to think of Memorial Day weekend, not only as […]

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First Impressions – The Arabian Nights

A week ago today, I began my journey with The Arabian Nights.  As I mentioned in my post, Short Story Sunday, I had just begun enjoying the short stories in this book.  A few days later, I’m just as impressed, if not, more so, than I was last weekend.  I’m still finding the stories to […]

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Teaser Tuesday – The Arabian Nights

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly meme hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following: Grab your current read Open to a random page Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too […]

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Short Story Sunday

In honor of my current reading adventure The Arabian Nights, this beautiful Sunday afternoon, I want to speak a little about how much I’m enjoying my current read. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I originally decided to tackle The Arabian Nights.  One thing I was expecting was kind of a layout similar […]

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Now Reading – The Arabian Nights

After completing the penultimate book of my Marx Reading Challenge, Capital Volume II, I’m ready to begin a set of “lighter” fare books so my brain can relax and rest from the rigors of completing, as I mentioned in my previous post, probably the most difficult book I’ve ever read. I’m beginning my break by […]

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