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How About A Little Quickie?

Misdirected is a story of a recent college graduate named Madison Reynolds who lives in Iron Bay with her father William and Aunt Sara. An interesting characteristic of Iron Bay is that in a sense everyone is related and your dirty laundry tends to lay wrinkled in everyone’s hamper. At this time Madison is dealing … Continue reading

When Day By Day Is Affected By Ghosts Of Years Past

“Maggie could’ve enjoyed the same starry-eyed view of the world, but instead she traded in her innocence for a dose of cruel reality. She accepted nothing at face value but fought to see what was behind the curtain. They were so different. Tara fantasized about having a  different mom- maybe a school teacher or a nurse. Maybe … Continue reading

Seize The Day Just Do It My Way

“How did they command such deference – English teachers? Compared to the men who taught physics or biology, what did they really know of the world? It seemed to me, and not only to me, that they knew exactly what was most worth knowing.” An unnamed elite all-boys public school in the northeast of the … Continue reading

Earth Needs A Hero In Hamburg Stat

SUMMARY  Dixon’s European sojourn goes awry when she’s arrested for corporate espionage. She’s just an innocent Australian teacher working abroad. Or is she? For Dixon, it’s a matter of wrong place, wrong time. The investigating officers are convinced she’s stolen the navigation and guidance technology from the plane manufacturer Flussair, and that she’s behind the … Continue reading

My Blog

The purpose of the Bind, Blotty, and Cajole blog is to catalogue my reviews somewhere and maintain a level of creativity however low it may be. Outside of cooking, dancing, lovemaking and this new channel I essentially ain’t got nadda. I regard reading as an essential element for your mind, body, and soul, hence the … Continue reading

Dude Where’s My Car?

Sylvania, Ohio. One of the safest cities in the world. Or at least, it was. Now, it’s nearly impossible for most people to walk the streets without being attacked by bizarre flying objects. With random pieces of machines vanishing, walking proves to be the safest way to get anywhere. No one knows what is going … Continue reading

Living In One’s Head Leaves Little Spare Time

“I have often imagined him returning home a week early that summer, to a mother, to a father; and having to watch his father’s face as the boy told him he failed because he was weak. A trifling incident in a whole lifetime, you may say. Not true. It could have changed him forever, his … Continue reading

There’s A Santa Claus In All Of Us

SUMMARY Non-fiction: Parenting. Winner of Reader’s Favorite International Book Awards Gold Medal for Best Parenting Book of the Year, The Big Secret, The Whole and Honest Truth About Santa Claus is an irresistible instant classic no parent should be without! This feel-good picture book helps parents with the inevitable question “Is Santa real?”. With honors … Continue reading

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