Eating Bull by Carrie Rubin (Book Review #36)

This review is written for Online Book Club. “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” Darwin wants revenge. He intends to kill every fat person living. Any overweight or obese person that irritates him becomes his target. Sue is a nurse suing the food industry for supplying food that contributes to weight gain, and Jeremy is the star of the show trying to overcome the worst possible case of fat shaming and finding a way to save himself. Eating bull []

Bruce Miller’s Thoughts

Some Personal Thoughts on How I Felt About Writing, “I Came, I Saw, I Coffeed: Online Dating: Why Didn’t He Call Me Back? What Goes Through a Man’s Mind on the First Meet? Impressions from a Man Who Had Over 350 First Meetups.” One beautiful, intelligent single woman told me many women wonder why they didn’t get a call back after having a very nice first meet with a good man. She asked me to write a book about my impressions when []

The Status of Antiques in India and their Demands Abroad by Boring Bug

The Status of Antiques in India and their Demands Abroad The Indian subcontinent has been known for its historical and cultural context. Despite being home to various artifacts dating back centuries, the same remains ignored, unpreserved and neglected. Antiques which are highly valued by the collectors across the world mostly remain in a state of neglect in India. The rising demand abroad, the lack of awareness and maintenance in India, and the negligent nature has led various fixtures to disappear from the State []

Milton the Christmas Moose by Steve & Jean Goodwin (Book Review #284)

Milton the Christmas Moose is a children’s book written about a Moose that is having some trouble fitting in. He is a little different having one smaller antler and a shorter leg. Milton loves Christmas and is counting down the days. Instead of being upset about not having Moose friends, he makes friends with different kind of animals. He gifts them and anyone around him, spreading love and joy. Milton’s parents are very kind and teach him to give and to be []


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