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Links to my non-fiction, as requested in another thread.

X3 Handbook https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EV43G3Y
X3 Handbook for AP https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010VYG67A
X4 Shipyard Guide https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08QZ6WN5P
Life Harmony: Feng Shui in Plain English https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EX4Y07S
Personal Healing using basic Meditation https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HT087E0
Wisdom of the Ages 1-5 Bundle https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017TSQ7LG
Wisdom of the Ages https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HQSORZI
Wisdom of the Ages Volume 2 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HV5C6WC
Wisdom of the Ages Volume 3 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IJBWRP8
Wisdom of the Ages Volume 4 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KF6QARQ
Wisdom of the Ages Volume 5 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KNMV9TQ
Wisdom of the Ages 6 Accrued Karma https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KP5OYT8
Wisdom of the Ages 7 Healing the Indigo https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KP9BIPM
Wisdom of the Ages 8 Ascension https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LJVW71E
101 Tips for the JoG Brazil Experience https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XVA1BKY
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Amazon utterly does not care what is published, the credibility or accuracy of any books, or the content beyond extreme offence. It simply doesn't monitor or check new books apart from algorithms weeding out blatant issues.

It could be a very different, exciting and effective platform if it did, but books are a drop in the Bezos ocean. 
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I got a VINE VOICE review. I didn't even know there was such at thing as "Vine Voice" and haven't submitted to them. What a nice surprise!

"It was enjoyable to read this tale of a Scots Lord who moved to Colorado. Not having read previous books in the series, the backstory wasnít clear. However, that didnít take away from this. The way Hannish treated his unfaithful wife was so different and so perfect. Of course, the happy ending for Hannish and Sassy could be seen coming a mile off, but the way it came about was unique and interesting." 
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We should give out literary/book/story awards. It would boost the site's engagement, but more importantly, it would be a lot of fun.  :dance:
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The Invisible Library series  by Genevieve Cogman is thoroughly entertaining and rather brilliant. There are 7 books in it currently, with an 8th coming out this December.
It's a bit of a mashup of detectival adventures in the vein of Amelia Peabody plus steampunk plus urban fantasy. The protag is a Librarian, an agent for a transdimensional secret organization that obtains books from various alternate realities for reasons both big and small. It has a Sherlock Holmes-like character (Not the protag), dragons, Fae, zeppelins, vampires, mechanical creatures, werewolves, magic, fencing, fighting, revenge, chases, escapes, true love, miracles ... ok, maybe not true love but it's a rich adventure

EDITED to take out the misleading Princess Bride stuff that seemed funny at the time 😏 Well, took out the links anyway. The list stands
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: What TV series are you watching right now?
« Last post by Maggie Ann on November 11, 2021, 11:13:29 AM »
Peaky Blinders on Netflix.

Post WWI gangsters in England starring Cillian Murphy probably best known from 28 Days Later and Batman Begins (as Scarecrow).

Just completed Season 1.

The production value, cinematography, cast, and acting are exceptional. The story early on had me wondering but the last couple episodes of S1 have given me some confidence the writers know where they're going even if they're being coy with it.

The title made me think that it was a BritCom that I would like. Then I looked it up. NOT. I passed. But it's a great title.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: What TV series are you watching right now?
« Last post by Maggie Ann on November 11, 2021, 10:38:06 AM »
Re-watching New Tricks. I lost track of the series after the first six or eight seasons (PBS and our own public TV channel, TVO aren't the most reliable when it comes to series) but with BritBox, I can binge on the entire thing. For some reason, New Tricks' upbeat style of crime solving always cheers me up.

I enjoy New Tricks as well. I'm on my third run through.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: What TV series are you watching right now?
« Last post by Anarchist on November 11, 2021, 10:06:51 AM »
Peaky Blinders on Netflix.

Post WWI gangsters in England starring Cillian Murphy probably best known from 28 Days Later and Batman Begins (as Scarecrow).

Just completed Season 1.

The production value, cinematography, cast, and acting are exceptional. The story early on had me wondering but the last couple episodes of S1 have given me some confidence the writers know where they're going even if they're being coy with it.

I'm waiting for the last season to drop before starting the series.

I'm excited to watch it. Any series with a majority of episodes written by the creator (in this case, Steven Knight) gets my attention.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: What TV series are you watching right now?
« Last post by Eric Thomson on November 11, 2021, 09:38:07 AM »
Re-watching New Tricks. I lost track of the series after the first six or eight seasons (PBS and our own public TV channel, TVO aren't the most reliable when it comes to series) but with BritBox, I can binge on the entire thing. For some reason, New Tricks' upbeat style of crime solving always cheers me up.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: What TV series are you watching right now?
« Last post by j tanner on November 11, 2021, 09:32:11 AM »
Peaky Blinders on Netflix.

Post WWI gangsters in England starring Cillian Murphy probably best known from 28 Days Later and Batman Begins (as Scarecrow).

Just completed Season 1.

The production value, cinematography, cast, and acting are exceptional. The story early on had me wondering but the last couple episodes of S1 have given me some confidence the writers know where they're going even if they're being coy with it.
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