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As we examine where we are at this point in the year, some may be tackling their goals like a linebacker and some may need a little push up the hill to get through the rest of 2018.

Witness off-duty Elvis, Miss Atomic at home, and words as trapeze artists. Explore ghosts in the ecotone, hasty breakups, and why reproduction has so many o’s. Discover the saltshaker that’s buried in the microwave, a sci-fi spacesuit’s metallic silver and that desert bone.

Lazy beach afternoons and pool days are perfect for catching up on your reading list. This combination of local women authors and a bad-a$$ money book will keep your attention all summer long.

Books! Books! Books!

Eyeglasses on book on marble table
Over the holidays and into the New Year, these books are certain to motivate sticking to new resolutions, sharing ideas and being memorized with action and thrills.

While Las Vegas has a colorful past, it is also a vibrant city with inspiring, fascinating and intriguing stories. Whether mesmerized by a thriller, inspired by a real life story or checking off that bucket list, these three books are certain to entertain.

Aid for AIDS of Nevada 26th annual AIDS Walk
Events in and around Las Vegas during the Spring season of 2016

Reunion
A moment in time and a wedding reunites 2 people after 66 years. Most people remember when they were part of a wedding party even though they might not see those people again...

“Dig That Crazy Santa Claus,” “What Child is This?” and “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” played on car radios and hi-fi stereos throughout the month of December 1955, in El Monte, Calif., and in the pages of the award-winning book, “Wild Winter: Christmas, Clues, and Crooks,” by C.A. Hartnell. Readers, 8 years old and up, will take a blast to Christmas past in this fictional but historically based book.

krista vance
She was milling in her closet trying to figure out what to wear when a voice from the other room made a simple inquiry asking her what she was doing. Vance assumed it was her eldest son, Jack, since her younger son, Jamie hadn’t spoken in years due to autism.
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