Monthly Archives: February 2016

#ASMSG #BookReview: Meet Children’s Author Kristy Jo Volchko: Read Across America 2016 Takes Flight!

Set your sights to the sky! The National Education Association is taking flight with Southwest Airlines for this year’s annual Read Across America reading program. Millions of students nationwide will pick up a book and set Seuss on the loose … Continue reading

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#BookReview: Black History Is American History: Should #BlackHistoryMonth Be Eliminated? Or, A Great Debate

Black History Is American History: by Thomas Jerome Baker, is a unique book. Its raison d’être is to give readers of all races, religions, colors, sexual orientations, political views, etc., etc., etc., (all of humanity), the opportunity to experience a practical … Continue reading

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President Obama’s #SupremeCourt Nomination: The confirmation of a Supreme Court #Justice is a Solemn Responsibility

President Obama’s Supreme Court Nomination The confirmation of a Supreme Court Justice is a solemn responsibility that the President and the Senate share under the U.S. Constitution. It is not a political opportunity that reflects “left” or “right,” Democrat or … Continue reading

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Dark Shadows of the Past (The Greek Isles Series Book 4) #BookReview #ASMSG #MondayBlogs

  Synopsis A mysterious death… Christina Connors wakes up on a freezing hard surface surrounded by spine-chilling darkness. Realizing that she has been dumped in an alley next to a dead body, she searches her mind for an explanation but … Continue reading

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#BookReview: Exordium of Tears (The IX Series #Book 2) #ASMSG

Exordium of Tears (The IX Series Book 2) by Andrew P. Weston (Author), Janet Morris (Editor) Synopsis Fight or Die… Victorious in a star-flung battle against the inhuman Horde, Earth’s fabled 9th Legion of Rome; the U.S. 5th Company’s 2nd … Continue reading

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Shattered Innocence: 5-Star #BookReview:★★★★★ #ASMSG

Synopsis Teek and Angel Kyle and their cousins, Troi and Keisha are beautiful and talented girls on the verge of living exciting lives. That is until their charmed lives take an unforeseen turn that forces them to leave their home. … Continue reading

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#BookReview: Prophet – The Story of Nat Turner #ASMSG #BlackHistoryMonth

Synopsis Nat Turner, born into slavery October 2, 1800, on a Southampton County plantation, became a preacher who stated in his confession he’d been chosen by God to lead slaves from bondage. On August 21, 1831, he led a freedom … Continue reading

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#BlackHistoryMonth Civil War #AfricanAmerican Medal Of Honor Recipients

BACKGROUND African Americans have fought and distinuguished themselves in every major American conflict before and since the Declaration of Independence was ratified. In the first year of the American Revolution, before the Continental Congress temporarily excluded blacks from service, African … Continue reading

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#ASMSG #BookReview: How many stars would you give ‘Murder in Calico Gold: A Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery (Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Series…’?

How many stars would you give ‘Murder in Calico Gold: A Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery (Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Series…’?     This book is from author Dianne Harman’s best selling Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Series. The plot is believable, … Continue reading

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#BlackHistoryMonth #ASMSG African #Slave Trade & Bartolomé De Las Casas: Gold, #God & Glory

Bartolome De Las Casas: Protector of the Indians “We came here to serve God and also to get rich.” -Bernal Diaz del Castillo With the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the Caribbean, two civilizations that had previously been isolated from … Continue reading

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