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Author Archives: Charlotte Henley Babb

Child of the Night Guild by Andy Peloquin

Andy Peloquin‘s Child of the Night Guild, first in a new series Queen of Thieves, is released today. Available at Amazon,  Amazon Canada,  Goodreads, Vicious, ruthless criminals are made, not born. Child of the Night Guild —an insight into the transformation … Continue reading

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Deconstructing…Talkin’ Bout My Generation

Deconstructing My Personal Myth I am a product of my cultural heritage, as everyone is. I was born in 1951, part of the baby boom that was a reaction to the horrors of two world wars punctuated by the Great … Continue reading

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Maggie Smith: The Lady in the Van by Choice

Maggie Smith is one of my favorite actresses, but I watched her last weekend in one of the slowest movies ever shot: The Lady in the Van. The good thing about watching a slow movie is that it gives me time … Continue reading

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J. A. Cipriano: Jet-My Brother’s Keeper

J.A. Cipriano’s Jet: My Brother’s Keeper reads like  Nikita  of Division met Agent Melinda “The Cavalry” May of S.H.I.E.L. D. and their love child, Jet, is Ziva David  of N.C.I.S. Oh, and she has a brother. Separated as young children, she’s in Moussad, … Continue reading

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Guys, Dresses and White Male Privilege

Guys. Dresses. Why Not Share the Experience? Netflix is a magic window into the past, the present, and maybe, the future. My most recent binge was Quantum Leap, a show from the 90s with Scott Bakula (as Dr. Sam Becket, … Continue reading

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Dinesh D’Souza: Capitalism and the Theft of the Left

I stole a book today. It wasn’t Abbie Hoffman’s Steal this Book. No, I didn’t take it out of the store, but I read it without paying for it, sitting in a comfortable chair at my local B&N for several … Continue reading

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Bellarosa by Katharina Gerlach

Katharina Gerlach’s Bellarosa “Once upon a time in a world where magic and technology collide with unexpected consequences…” The sixth book in the series Treasures Untold, Katharina Gerlach’s Bellarosa is a new take on Sleeping Beauty from the point of … Continue reading

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