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Examination is already done

My Bachelor of Library and Information Science students were already done in taking their preliminary exam for my subjects Organization of Information Sources 2 and Collection Management. And I am looking forward that they will get high grade for those e
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Posted by on December 13, 2016

Examination is already done

My Bachelor of Library and Information Science students were already done in taking their preliminary exam for my subjects Organization of Information Sources 2 and Collection Management. And I am looking forward that they will get high grade for those e
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Posted by on December 13, 2016

Wow, a 20 book collection of Stephen King novels.

I think it's nice that my friend of many many years has decided to just give me his collection of Stephen King books. I told him before he made this grand offer that he could have 2 record albums of Yes from my collection. I offered my friend Yes,
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Posted by on October 17, 2016

Might I Recommend a book for you to read?

HUMANS OF NEW YORK Stories By BRANDON STANTON This is a recent book. It was my wife's choice to check out from the library yesterday. It contains 428 pages of personal stories that are either a line or a paragraph with a picture of each
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Posted by on September 13, 2016

What book are you reading today?

You know what a book is don't you? It's not that difficult to wrap your head around this concept is it? A book is a 6 sided object with text and pictures on each page. A book has an introduction, about the author, a preface and index and a basic introduc
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Posted by on February 29, 2016

For those of you still around

Over the weekend, I self-published one of my stories as a Kindle ebook. “Relics” is set in a world where a plague has killed almost every male human on the planet. There are a few thousand mostly boys in quarantine, and then there is Mike Shay
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Posted by on February 3, 2016

Review: _The Last Policeman:_ A chilling dystopia with some surprising twists

One of the books that I had been looking forward to reading this year was Ben H. Winters' The Last Policeman. While I don't care much for very many dystopias, I had heard that this was one worth looking out for. And when I spotted it on a list for my nook,
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Posted by on January 28, 2016

Overtime work for my Book Publication

It is already 5:30pm of Tuesday here in my country. I am still working here in the library. Although the library is already closed by 5pm but doing some overtime because I have to work for my book that my institution will be going to publish on June 2016
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Posted by on January 26, 2016

Eccentric Characters in Charles Dickens Novels

One of the things that make Charles Dickens novels so interesting is the abundance of eccentric characters. It almost seems that with the exception of the heroes in the books, most of the characters are eccentric to some degree. By this I mean
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Posted by on January 21, 2016

Still Another Charles Dickens David Copperfield Update

In my last update a couple of weeks ago www.personapaper.com/article/45017-another-dickens-david-copperfield-update , I reported that David Copperfield's mother and half-brother had just died. Following their deaths, David's step-father, Mr. Murdstone, se
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Posted by on January 20, 2016

City of Bones by Cassandra Claire

Hi Everyone! My time is really quick here,need to take a nap so I can go to work later at night, but I might as well drink coffee again to wake me up no matter how many hours I sleep in the morning I got tired and sleepy at night. before I go, I
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Posted by on January 18, 2016