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Literary Minute – A Blade So Black

“Mixing elements of Alice in Wonderland and Buffy the Vampire Slayer… a delectable urban twist on beloved fantasy tales.” —Entertainment Weekly “This really is Lewis Carroll by way of Buffy, and it makes for a fun, gritty urban fantasy.” —NPR “A brash, refreshing, vitally diverse retelling of a classic… You need this book.” —Tor.com   […]

Literary Minute – Everything, Everything

“I read once that, on average, we replace the majority of our cells every seven years. Even more amazing: we change the upper layers of our skin every two weeks. If all the cells in our body did this, we’d be immortal. But some of our cells, like the ones in our brains, don’t renew. […]

Literary Minute – The Diary of a Bookseller

“The Diary of a Bookseller” by Shaun Bythell was an eye-opening read that was both sarcastically humorous and sadly realistic when it starts to touch on some of the real issues faced by book shops today. Critics were excited about its debut saying it was, “Among the most irascible and amusing bookseller memoirs I’ve read.” […]

The Map of Salt and Stars by Jennifer Zeynar Joukhadar

Reading The Map of Salt and Stars was a transfixing experience. It drops you into the displacing and confusing world of a Syrian refugee running from the civil war, trying to find a home amongst the nonstop turmoil. Then you’re suddenly transported back eight hundred years to see a young girl risk a lot to […]

Literary Minute – Unveiling the Mystery of a Woman’s Soul: Captivating

By: Jasmine Franklin Unveiling the Mystery of a Woman’s Soul: Captivating, was beautifully written and made for any woman in any stage of her life. John & Stasi Eldredge reach into the inner workings of a woman and pull forth truths that even I had never thought to see or wanted to admit about myself. […]

Starbucks – More Than a Cup of Coffee

On June 6th, I walked into my friendly Grovetown neighborhood Starbucks to find a newly redecorated interior. The Starbucks located at 222 Meridian Drive was chosen to be a designated military family store. Near the counter, a beautiful large wooden plaque reads, “This store is dedicated to people united by their courage to serve our […]

Zoe’s Kitchen

The atmosphere of the restaurant was casual, with a bright Mediterranean style and family friendly feel. There is a line where customers walk up to place their orders, making ordering efficient and quick. Customers are given a number, if they must wait while food is being prepared. Once orders are placed customers are free to […]

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