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Facebook Inspired Chicklit on the Bookhabit Show

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Reunion, J.L. Penn’s first novel, was inspired by reconnecting with her childhood crush on the Facebook social media site. It got her thinking. How many people reconnect with old flames through social media sites? How many end up having an affair throug…

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Learning To Love A Stranger on the Bookhabit Show

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Adopting a child from a foreign country is for the big hearted, not for the fainthearted. Cathy Bonnstetter and her family adopted four and a half year old Alex from Romania after a long process dealing with agencies and bureaucracy. More than once they t…

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Show Hosts Talk about Their Special Holiday Podcast

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Yaktivate.com is pleased to present the 12 Podcasts of Christmas- an eclectic mix of holiday themed podcasts by many of our podcast show hosts. Listen in here as our very own Mrs. Claus, aka Bernadette Dimitrov, interviews each of the hosts participating …

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“Another Historical Election” on the Bookhabit Show

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Malcolm Aitken in his essay, Hitler, the Jews and the Ballot Box, provides an analysis of the campaign by the Nazis leading up to the 1932 Reichstag election. Aitken says, The consensus varies about when and to what extent the Germans started supporting N…

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“Drug Circus” on Bookhabit.com with Clare Tanner

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Jason Cook’s descent into a world of hard core drugs began at age 12. By 19 he was in prison, having started supplying drugs in order to finance his drug dependency which included Ecstasy, Cocaine and Marijuana. When Jason was a boy his parents mov…

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“Silly Rhymes and Stupid People” on the Bookhabit Show

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A conversation with John Francis is interspersed with relevant rhyme in a delightfully silly and engaging way. Some of John’s poetry is of the more serious and dark persuasion, but it is the more childish rhymes that bring him most joy. John talks …

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When Destruction Creates A New Path on BookHabit

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Michael Timothy’s wife said her husband didn’t come home that day. That day was September 11, 2001. Gladly, Michael wasn’t a victim in the World Trade Center collapse, but the man who returned home was as permanently changed as the Ne…

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Bookhabit Presents “30 Years In The Criminal System And Still Passionate”

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Christopher Horan has seen the criminal system from many angles, having worked with criminals, neglected, abused and out-of-control children, and their families, for more than 30 years. Still he finds the energy to write about a career that takes so much …

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Bookhabit Presents “What On Earth Is A Crypto Zoologist?”

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Every culture has tales of hidden or mythical creatures, legends that grow beyond the size of the creatures they portray. Bigfoot, The Loch Ness Monster – stories are passed down through the generations, and youngsters grow up with imaginings of dar…

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“Perfect Water” on the Bookhabit Show With Clare Tanner

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Water is integral to life and woven into our history through every tale ever told. Garry Law traces New Zealand history through his book, Abundance and Constraint: A Short History Of Water Use In New Zealand. As a water engineer, he has worked in most asp…

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