Monday, July 03, 2017

One Cd, Two Books, Two Audiobooks

Music is Presented To You Through Computer Magic Embedded Into a Plastic Disc

Pussycat by Julianna Hatfield. Bostonian sings songs of politics and current affairs. I think there are some great tunes on here. There are some hard tunes and one, Wonder Why, that would fit on an album of hers from 20 years ago.


Real Heroes: inspiring stries of courage, character and conviction by Lawrence W. Reed. Page 37 says, "A think tank in Britain bears his name an seeks to make his legacy better known."

The Slight Edge: turning simple disciplines into massive success and happiness by Jeff Olson. Page 57 says, "But it's also easy not to do."

Audiobook on CD

You Don't Have to Say You Love Me by Sherman Alexie. 12 hours on 10 CDs.  Memoir by the Big Time Writer about his mother and his family.

The Silent Corner by Dean Koontz. 14.25 hours on 12 CDs. Women investigates why people, including her husband, are killing themselves.

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