Audiobook Review — My Mother Was Nuts by Penny Marshall

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In 2012, Penny Marshall released an autobiography, My Mother Was Nuts. Below is my review of the audiobook version of this memoir, which I borrowed using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. Enjoy!

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What would you title your autobiography?

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Today’s Bloganuary prompt is “What would you title the chapters of your autobiography?” I don’t like that question because I think it’s too difficult to answer accurately, and I don’t think the answer is compelling. Instead, I’ve modified it to: What would you title your autobiography? That’s a far better question, easier to answer, and makes for a more readable post. Below is my answer to this question, and don’t forget to let me know yours.

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Who is your favorite author, and why?

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Harlan Coben and Me (right) at a book signing for Stay Close in March 2012.

Who is your favorite author, and why? Mine is Harlan Coben. Read on for why he’s my favorite author, and let me know whom you love to read and why.

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Book Deal — 83% Off Triple Cross by James Patterson

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Triple Cross by James Patterson is on sale for 83% less than the regular price on Amazon. Below is more information about this Alex Cross book. Buy this novel on Amazon today before this deep discount disappears.

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Book Review: The Art of Pulp Horror

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Profusely illustrated with more than 800 rare and unique images from around the world — including book and magazine covers, interior illustrations, movie posters, comic books, promotional items, tie-ins, and previously unpublished artwork commissioned especially for this book — The Art of Pulp Horror charts the history of escapist horror and the individuals who created it. Watch my video review below for an inside look at this book.

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My Year In Books: 2022

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In 2022, I read more than ever in a single year: 114 books! My read list included physical books, eBooks, audiobooks, and comic books. Below are more details and fun stats regarding what I read, including 10 of my favorite books from 2022. What did you read last year? Feel free to share your thoughts below. Happy reading in 2023!

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Icons Of Wrestling: December 17, 2022

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Yesterday, I stopped by the Icons of Wrestling convention at the ECW Arena (a.k.a. 2300 Arena) to meet several of the people I interviewed for my book about the first 20 years of TNA/IMPACT Wrestling and to secure additional interviews for my project. Read on for more details.

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Kindle Scribe vs. Basic Kindle (2022)

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Amazon recently released two Kindles: Kindle Scribe and an all-new Kindle, now with a 300 ppi high-resolution display, USB-C charging, and 2x storage. Watch my video below comparing these two devices.

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Review: Amazon Kindle (2022)

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Amazon announced an all-new Kindle earlier this year, now with a 300 ppi high-resolution display, USB-C charging, and 2x storage. Watch my video review below for my thoughts on this new Kindle, now available to buy on Amazon.

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Review: Amazon Kindle Scribe

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A few months ago, Amazon announced the new Kindle I’ve been waiting for: Kindle Scribe! This is the first ever Kindle for both reading and writing. Watch my video review below for my thoughts on this new e-reader now available to buy on Amazon.

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