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Hey, what do you know? It’s a good question, and the answer is that you probably know a lot.
For weeks now, your top client has been dancing around a decision.
“What I Know for Sure” by Oprah Winfrey, c.2014, Macmillan Audiobook from Flatiron Books, $24.99 / $28.99 Canada, 4 CDs / 4 hours
You already know where you’ll sit this Thanksgiving.
Every year, when November rolled around and you longed for the holidays, she told you not to wish your life away.
With two bigger boys standing over him, the look on his face was a look of sadness, like he never expected
You’re stuck. Trapped in an elevator, office, front seat of a car, wishing you were someplace, anyplace, else.
Divvying up candy when you were a kid was an almost-exact science.
You feel as though you might have to quit your job.
“Artificial Cherry” by Billeh Nickerson c.2014, Arsonal Pulp Press $14.95 U.S. & Canada 96 pages
Everybody knows what you did. It didn’t take long for word to get around, actually; you can tell by the smirks
Your neighbor loves heavy rock & roll. He has all the CDs of all the major metal bands.
You never wanted to grow up to be a zookeeper.
The bar was all of an inch in diameter but it was perfect.
For most of your life, you’ve had a good relationship with God.
The first time you heard that song, you were stunned.
Ants are cool: they run all over, really fast, like they don’t know where they’re going.
A Baseball Story by Richard Torrey c.2012, Kane Miller $10.99/$12.95 Canada 36 pages
Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline c.2013, William Morrow $14.99/$16.99 Canada 278 pages
Cats & Daughters by Helen Brown c.2012, Kensington $15/$16.95 Canada 304 pages