Tag: Myth in Human History

July Wrap Up

July Wrap Up

Posted July 30, 2017
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July is gone, and I’m posting this today so I can focus on Harry Potter’s birthday tomorrow.  I swear, I’m not a Harry Potter nerd. LIES! #Ravenclaw4Life I’ve had mixed feelings about this month’s books.  There’ve been a couple of DNFs, but on the other hand there were books that I really loved!  It was a high/low month and nothing inbetween.   THE JULY HAUL Click the image to go to the Goodreads page! HARD COPIES                                      DIGITAL AUDIOBOOKS                 LENDING HAUL         […]

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Myth in Human History – #AudiobookReview

Myth in Human History – #AudiobookReview

Posted July 28, 2017
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I feel like I’ve been talking about Myth in Human History in my catch-up posts forever!  I finally listened to the final lecture last night and I’m excited to bring you my conclusion. I really, really enjoyed this lecture series.  This is the second one I’ve tried – the first was “The Origin of Evil” and while the subject was incredibly interesting, I just has trouble listening to the lecturer.  This was such a different experience, and I’m really glad I gave The Great Courses another try. Delivery ❤︎ Voth is detailed, passionate, and organized.  He goes through the lectures in […]

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The Strange Case of the Rejected Lady & the Half-Blood Myth – #IMWAYR

The Strange Case of the Rejected Lady & the Half-Blood Myth – #IMWAYR

Posted July 17, 2017
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It’s Monday, What are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by The Book Date.  It’s a great way to catch up on all the literary ins-and-outs of the previous week, and see what everyone is up to.  Check out this week’s linkup! It’s been a little while since I’ve done one of these!  My entry “Confessions” pretty much sums up my absence this time…. I do apologize, for anyone reading, mais voila!  Here I am again! I’ve actually had a very productive week as I’ve delved back into my audiobooks and finished an ARC I won back in January (*guilt*).  The highlight of my […]

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