Inferno: Alexander McQueen: Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway! Ends 12/20

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I have received sample items to facilitate my post. Inferno: Alexander McQueen As a teenager reading slick, fat fashion bibles which sometimes inspired yet too often only reaffirmed the rank disillusionment I felt with the world, Alexander McQueen was one of my heroes- though I’m sure he would have worn that title like an ill-fitting … Read moreInferno: Alexander McQueen: Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway! Ends 12/20

Charlie Red Star: Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway! Ends 12/17

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I have received sample items to facilitate my post. Charlie Red Star: True Reports of One of North America’s Biggest UFO Sightings by Grant Cameron Most UFO sightings are fleeting events at best, often leaving the witnesses themselves unsure of what they’ve actually seen. What sets Charlie Red Star apart is the sheer length of … Read moreCharlie Red Star: Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway! Ends 12/17

Real Life Super Heroes: Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway! Ends 12/17

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I have received sample items to facilitate my post. Real Life Super Heroes by Nadia Fezzani I actually wasn’t aware of the Real Life Super Hero movement before reading this book. I’ve seen the movie Kick-Ass, which deals with a fictional version of similar issues- everyday people getting fed up with injustice and taking matters … Read moreReal Life Super Heroes: Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway! Ends 12/17

The Fact of a Body: A Murder and a Memoir

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Where does a story begin? That’s the question at the heart of The Fact of a Body by Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich. Does each of us begin at the moment of our own birth? Is that negating the contributions of the lives of our parents? If the story stops there, aren’t we in danger of leaving out … Read moreThe Fact of a Body: A Murder and a Memoir