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I have now reread nearly every book I own, for entertaiment. Thinking about writing another one. I keep dreaming about Babi Yar...like its groundhog day, for the einsatzgruppen and the victims. Ugly stuff.
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The Marvelous Pigness of Pigs, Joel Salatin (Christian perspective of stewardship farming)
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Next up ...Folks, This Ain't Normal, Salatin
Ongoing... Spiritual Depression, It's causes and Cure, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
and... Knowing God By Name, David Wilkerson
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Just started reading: Blood and Thunder by Hampton Sides, I read it once before 3 years ago. excellent.
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"The rise and fall of the third Reich"

The similarity to todays politics in this country is astounding.
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Just finished chapter 2 of "Behold a Pale Horse".
This is the most disturbing book I have ever read.
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One Man's Wilderness by Sam Keith. Taken from photos and the journal of Richard Proenneke.
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One Man's Wilderness by Sam Keith. Taken from photos and the journal of Richard Proenneke.
Thatís a great book!
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Nothing really worthwhile, at present The Vigilantes by WEB Griffin. I have read 75 or more novels since late April. I check books out from my state's digital library system and read them with a Libby app.
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Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky

Horror - REALLY well written horror. It's not often anything invades my dreams, but this twisted story in the style of Twin Peaks has gone and done it. The only person I can see doing this adaptation justice would be Lynch.
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"Street Survival Skills" by Fernando Aguirre. Book is filled with solid info by a man who survived the collapse of Argentina in 2001 and thrived. This guy has been there and done that.
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Swords & Deviltry - Fritz Leiber
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Something I have bookmarked to read when I get a chance is a writer of fiction whom I ran across some time back, posting on the internet under Kathy from Fl . I have started reading the first page only of "A Will to Survive" , a pandemic story posted in 2008 :


Here is a link to the page she has posted links to her other works :

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Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading.
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A change of pace (on-line), Australian, more journey to self sufficient homesteading....
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