We’ve got work to do. But somehow, we still manage to find time to read a book. Or listen to an audiobook. Or watch a movie. Or binge-watch a TV show. Or flip through a magazine.

We’d like to know what y’all are reading too! So, please feel free to let us know in the comments.

Once Dead by Richard Phillips

A prequel to the “Rho Agenda” series. The series is a blend of sci-fi and thriller. One of the main characters, Jack, is exceedingly good at not dying. This book explains why.

~Stephanie

 

The Survival Doctor’s Complete Handbook: what to do when help is not on the way by James Hubbard

Lots of practical first aid tips and common sense. Also debunks some medical myths. Very easy to read.

~She Who Shall Not Be Named

Cedar Cove (TV Show)

The show is about small town life and the people that make up the town. It is also based on a book series by Debbie Macomber. I watch it because I was looking through Netflix for something to watch.

~Emma

 

Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine

Ruthless and supremely powerful, the Great Library is now a presence in every major city, governing the flow of knowledge to the masses because the personal ownership of books is expressly forbidden. Jess Brightwell believes in the value of the Library, but the majority of his knowledge comes from illegal books obtained by his family who are involved in the thriving black market.

~Danene

Gilmore Girls Season 7

I missed a lot of episodes in the last season so it was great to finish the series.

~Danene

 The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty

 

I watched this movie over the weekend and I wanted to see how it compared to the original book.

 

~Stephanie

The Gunslinger by Stephen King

This is a very weird book. The setting can be off putting with a blend of old west and modern times combined in different worlds.

This is the first in the Dark Tower series and is being made into a movie. My rule is to always read the book before watching the movie. The movie is almost never as good as the book and I’m looking forward to see how movie makers make the weird series of events in this book unfold.

~Stunt Clerk #3

The drawing of the three by Stephen King

I’m glad I persevered through the first book and I do have to say that I’ve tried many times over the years to read that book. The second book is a faster pace and much more interesting and the jumping between worlds isn’t as off putting because I stayed the course and read the first book to get a good understanding on how the story is starting to unfold. This story is now at the point where the characters are alive in my imagination and I’ll hate to finish reading about them. I’m now looking forward to finishing the Dark Tower series.

~Stunt Clerk #3

The art of raising a puppy by Monks of New Skete

 

This is an oldie but goodie full of sound advice on how to raise a puppy. This is the book I go to when I want to review how to train a dog.

 

~Stunt Clerk #3

Cesar’s rules: your way to train a well-behaved dog by Cesar Millan

This book is easy to read and full of common sense on how to raise up a dog. It also discusses how to change your thinking when it comes to being a great companion for your furry friend.

~Stunt Clerk #3

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