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26 February 2008: This week's book reviews, by Carol Livingstone, as submitted for publication in the Tofield Mercury. WILLOW SPRINGS: A Novel, by Jan Watson Newlywed Copper finds city life and the demands of being a lady difficult until she begins to help her husband with his medical practice. But neither of them could predict the tragedy that will change their lives forever… THE PAWN: A Patrick Bowers Thriller, by Steven James Caught up in a game of cat-and mouse with a serial ... More...

Monday February 25, 2008 11:11PM - 0 Comment(s)



19 February 2008: This week's book reviews, by Carol Livingstone, as submitted for publication in the Tofield Mercury. THE NEW YEAR’S QUILT: An Elm Creek Quilts Novel, by Jennifer Chiaverini Before newlywed Sylvia can find true happiness she must face the sorrow hidden in her past. The blocks she chooses for her new quilt commemorate the wisdom that no one can ever be truly alone if she keeps the memory of those she loved and those who loved her alive in her heart. INSIDE OUT: Refl... More...

Monday February 18, 2008 11:13PM - 0 Comment(s)



12 February 2008: This week's book reviews, by Carol Livingstone, as submitted for publication in the Tofield Mercury. AT THE FULL AND CHANGE OF THE MOON: A Novel, by Dionne Brand [Christian Fiction] Through interconnected stories of Marie Ursule’s descendents, comes a history of dispossession and the heartbreaking intensity and wisdom with which we are drawn into the lives and passions of each one of them. PROVIDENCE: A Novel, by Chris Coppernoll [Christian Fiction] More than twe... More...

Monday February 11, 2008 11:16PM - 0 Comment(s)



Welcome to the first database contest on Information Overload. Today we begin with one of our new databases; Computers and Applied Sciences Complete.   Computers and Applied Sciences complete covers the research and development spectrum of the computing and applied sciences disciplines. CASC provides indexing and abstracts for more than 1,400 academic journals, professional publications, and other reference sources from a diverse collection. Full text is also available for more than 6... More...

Monday February 11, 2008 09:28AM - 0 Comment(s)



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Wednesday February 06, 2008 12:59PM - 0 Comment(s)



I just took the Milet walking tour and found it spectacular! There was so much Historical Content and beautiful scenery to see. What a community to put in so much effort! I realized after the fact that there is an 'Accessible' Virtual Tour available online. Check it out at: Walking Tour More...

Wednesday February 06, 2008 12:58PM - 0 Comment(s)



5 February 2008: This week's book reviews, by Carol Livingstone, as submitted for publication in the Tofield Mercury. THE BRAIN THAT CHANGES ITSELF: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science, by Norman Doidge, M.D. This revolutionary discovery, called neuroplasticity, gives hope to those with mental limitations, thought to be incurable brain damage, and expands our understanding of the healthy brain and the resilience of human nature. DEMOCRACY DERAILED: The Breakd... More...

Monday February 04, 2008 11:18PM - 0 Comment(s)



22 January 2008: This week's book reviews, by Carol Livingstone, as submitted for publication in the Tofield Mercury. COME ON, DAD!: 75 Things for Fathers and Sons to Do Together, by Ed Avis Bursting with all types of fun-filled activities for dads and sons to share together. From making toy boats to going backyard camping, the suggestions inside are practical, simple and absolutely guaranteed to beat the boredom blues. LIVING THROUGH THE MEANTIME: Learning to Break the Patterns of the... More...

Monday January 21, 2008 11:20PM - 0 Comment(s)



The Twice Born By Pauline Gedge Gedge’s presentation of all things Egyptian, her story-telling power, plus all the elements that make her an international best-selling author, are to be found in The Twice Born. This is a curious story of a peasant born boy who leaves his beginnings far behind. In the beginning of the novel, Huy is five years old. His Uncle Ker sponsors Huy and his schooling begins. Far from familiar surroundings Huy manages his lessons and befriends a young noble. ... More...

Monday January 21, 2008 11:30AM - 0 Comment(s)



8 January 2008: This week's book reviews, by Carol Livingstone, as submitted for publication in the Tofield Mercury. OFF THE RECORD, by Elizabeth White [Christian Fiction] A hidden past with a journalist could end Laurel Kincade’s judicial career…or will the truth set them free to love again? THE SHACK, by William P. Young [Christian fiction] This book wrestles with the timeless question, “Where is God in a world so filled with unspeakable pain?” The answer wi... More...

Monday January 07, 2008 11:21PM - 0 Comment(s)



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