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The Kitchen Table Book

The Kitchen Table Literary Arts Book Club began in 2014 with its first three-book, themed series. The Heritage Series featured novels from ancestor Black women authors Ann Petry, Nella Larsen, and Zora Neale Hurston. We followed the success of the series with the Debut Series, which featured first-time novels by Black women authors: Angela Flournoy, Naomi Jackson, and Cole Lavalais, who visited our book club meeting in spring 2015. Our inaugural season resulted in our book club reading SIX books by Black women authors, and we are just beginning.Our meetings, which take place at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson Museum, are filled with positivity and community-building as readers from across racial, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds get together to share their impressions about the book and their thoughts about how literature does the work of connecting us all through the truth and beauty of the human experience.
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The Kitchen Table Book

Dec 18, 2015 Brandi rated it it was amazing FC&A Publishing’s “The Kitchen Table Book” is a nifty, useful book full of helpful advice, recommendations and hints. I’ve heard quite a few of them before, but there are enough new one I was unfamiliar with to make this book worth the cost.There are a couple really cool recipes, too. Overall, I would recommend this book to people wanting a simple, easy-to-use reference for health and household problems. flag 1 like · Like · see review
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The Kitchen Table Book

FC&A Publishing’s “The Kitchen Table Book” is a nifty, useful book full of helpful advice, recommendations and hints. I’ve heard quite a few of them before, but there are enough new one I was unfamiliar with to make this book worth the cost.There are a couple really cool recipes, too. Overall, I would recommend this book to people wanting a simple, easy-to-use reference for health and household problems.
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The Kitchen Table Book

September 11, 2016 Wrapped Up In Books September 11, 2016/ Andy Lastname Now Shipping. The Amateur at the Kitchen Table describes a set of precepts that, I believe, produce the strongest magic performances in casual, non-professional settings. However, the goal is not only to produce strong magic. The goal is to practice a philosophy of performing that spectators find natural and attractive, and eliminate those elements of amateur performing that often foster the belief of magic being hokey and magicians being weirdos.This is, essentially, a 46-page essay. There are:No tricksNo illustrationsFew jokesWhile I’ve discussed some of the topics on this blog before, the book contains no material from this site. It’s all new content.If you ordered The Jerx, Volume One, you’re already receiving this. If you didn’t, and you’re interested, you can click the button below. It’s $22 shipped anywhere.The Amateur at the Kitchen Table The Jerx, Volume One is also shipping this week. Once this week is over I will assess how many copies I have left, how many of those I need to last me the rest of my life, and how many are available to sell. At that point the price will probably go up a little bit. So if you definitely know you want a copy, order one this week (see link in the menu bar), or email me and let me know you plan to get it and I’ll make sure to hold onto one for you at the current price.Don’t let this opportunity slip by or you’ll never get a chance to assemble the complete library of modern magic classics. I want to thanks my friends who have helped with the book launch. Especially Andy #2 who has essentially had his Paypal hijacked by this project all year, and Andy #3 who is helping with the packing and shipping. (I’m not being clever with the #2 and #3. This isn’t like The Donnas where we’ve all adopted that name. We just all legitimately have the same first name, so it’s confusing.)Regular posting will resume later this week, once the bulk of these books have shipped. September 11, 2016/ Andy Lastname/ Andy Lastname Statuses (Stati?) Dover, Overs, Cover

The Kitchen Table Book

September 11, 2016 Wrapped Up In Books September 11, 2016/ Andy Lastname Now Shipping. The Amateur at the Kitchen Table describes a set of precepts that, I believe, produce the strongest magic performances in casual, non-professional settings. However, the goal is not only to produce strong magic. The goal is to practice a philosophy of performing that spectators find natural and attractive, and eliminate those elements of amateur performing that often foster the belief of magic being hokey and magicians being weirdos.This is, essentially, a 46-page essay. There are:No tricksNo illustrationsFew jokesWhile I’ve discussed some of the topics on this blog before, the book contains no material from this site. It’s all new content.If you ordered The Jerx, Volume One, you’re already receiving this. If you didn’t, and you’re interested, you can click the button below. It’s $22 shipped anywhere.The Amateur at the Kitchen Table The Jerx, Volume One is also shipping this week. Once this week is over I will assess how many copies I have left, how many of those I need to last me the rest of my life, and how many are available to sell. At that point the price will probably go up a little bit. So if you definitely know you want a copy, order one this week (see link in the menu bar), or email me and let me know you plan to get it and I’ll make sure to hold onto one for you at the current price.Don’t let this opportunity slip by or you’ll never get a chance to assemble the complete library of modern magic classics. I want to thanks my friends who have helped with the book launch. Especially Andy #2 who has essentially had his Paypal hijacked by this project all year, and Andy #3 who is helping with the packing and shipping. (I’m not being clever with the #2 and #3. This isn’t like The Donnas where we’ve all adopted that name. We just all legitimately have the same first name, so it’s confusing.)Regular posting will resume later this week, once the bulk of these books have shipped. September 11, 2016/ Andy Lastname/ Andy Lastname
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The Kitchen Table Book

Now Shipping. The Amateur at the Kitchen Table describes a set of precepts that, I believe, produce the strongest magic performances in casual, non-professional settings. However, the goal is not only to produce strong magic. The goal is to practice a philosophy of performing that spectators find natural and attractive, and eliminate those elements of amateur performing that often foster the belief of magic being hokey and magicians being weirdos.This is, essentially, a 46-page essay. There are:No tricksNo illustrationsFew jokesWhile I’ve discussed some of the topics on this blog before, the book contains no material from this site. It’s all new content.If you ordered The Jerx, Volume One, you’re already receiving this. If you didn’t, and you’re interested, you can click the button below. It’s $22 shipped anywhere.The Amateur at the Kitchen Table The Jerx, Volume One is also shipping this week. Once this week is over I will assess how many copies I have left, how many of those I need to last me the rest of my life, and how many are available to sell. At that point the price will probably go up a little bit. So if you definitely know you want a copy, order one this week (see link in the menu bar), or email me and let me know you plan to get it and I’ll make sure to hold onto one for you at the current price.Don’t let this opportunity slip by or you’ll never get a chance to assemble the complete library of modern magic classics. I want to thanks my friends who have helped with the book launch. Especially Andy #2 who has essentially had his Paypal hijacked by this project all year, and Andy #3 who is helping with the packing and shipping. (I’m not being clever with the #2 and #3. This isn’t like The Donnas where we’ve all adopted that name. We just all legitimately have the same first name, so it’s confusing.)Regular posting will resume later this week, once the bulk of these books have shipped.
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The Amateur at the Kitchen Table describes a set of precepts that, I believe, produce the strongest magic performances in casual, non-professional settings. However, the goal is not only to produce strong magic. The goal is to practice a philosophy of performing that spectators find natural and attractive, and eliminate those elements of amateur performing that often foster the belief of magic being hokey and magicians being weirdos.This is, essentially, a 46-page essay. There are:No tricksNo illustrationsFew jokesWhile I’ve discussed some of the topics on this blog before, the book contains no material from this site. It’s all new content.If you ordered The Jerx, Volume One, you’re already receiving this. If you didn’t, and you’re interested, you can click the button below. It’s $22 shipped anywhere.The Amateur at the Kitchen Table
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Joe’s been caught up in a book before, but this is ridiculous! Joe’s Book, a gift from his magician uncle, doesn’t just tell stories, it zaps Joe and his friends Sam and Fred right into the middle of them. And when these thoroughly modern kids meet King Arthur and become Knights of the Round Table, the result can only be thoroughly amusing mayhem.

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