Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Welcome to “Someday We’ll Laugh About This Week.” It is a good time to reflect on silly, dumb things you did in the past but can now laugh at it, it’s history!

On January second of 1860 the planet Vulcan was anounced at a meeting of the French Academy of Sciences in Paris, France. Speaking of Vulcan, have you read any good Star Trek books?

Authors born on this date include Mendele Moykher Sforim (1836), Violet Vivian Finlay Stuart Mann (1914), Isaac Asimov (1920), Daisaku Ikeda (1928), Peter Redgrove (1932), Seiichi Morimura (1933), Hans Herbjørnsrud (1938), Susan Wittig Albert (1940), David Shapiro (1947), Judith Miller (1948), Christopher Durang (1949), Jimmy Santiago Baca (1952), Lynda Barry (1956), and Naoki Urasawa (1960).

Today marks the thirteenth anniversary of Patrick O’Brian’s passing. He was an English novelist and translator. He was best known for his Aubrey-Maturin series of twenty novels set in the Royal Navy during the Naploneonic Wars.

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Today’s highlighted titles are Taste of Passion (Madaris Novels) and  Bachelor Untamed (Kimani Romance) by Brenda Jackson.  These books each have four and a half stars on Amazon. These steamy romance novels are a great way to warm up your cold winter evening!


Disclaimer: Much of the information in this blog is taken directly from wikipedia.   Images have been taken from various sources around the World Wide Web.

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