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March 2017 books 

#45: Be Frank With Me, by Julia Claiborne Johnson  #46: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by John Tiffany and Jack Thorne  #47: The Marvelous Misadventures of Ingrid Winter by J. S.  Drangsholt

Migraine Journal: 1 month

I’ve been following the program from Heal Your Headache for about a month now. It’s largely an elimination diet, combined with going medication-free for four months, after which I can slowly start adding potential trigger foods back until I trigger a headache. Some of the foods eliminated: caffeine, MSG, alcohol, chocolate, cheese, onions, nuts, and citrus (including juice). It […]

January 2017 Books

#1: The Lion’s Courtship, A. Wendeberg. I think this is a prequel to Wendeberg’s other novels about Anna Kronberg, late-19th century medical sleuth. It looks like an interesting series, tying into Sherlock Holmes, but the reviews are a little harsh about the books having cliffhanger endings. #2: Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Truman Capote. A classic which I’d […]

December 2016 Books

#59: Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews. YA fiction about a white boy dealing with the friendship and death of a girl he doesn’t really know that well, and who, therefore, the audience doesn’t either. It’s really all about Greg, the white male hero, and is therefore pretty boring. The best parts […]

November 2016 Books 

#54: Heir of the Dog by Judi McCoy – typical fluffy mystery novel about a psychic dog walker. Gross alpha male “love interest” dynamic. #55: Malus Domestica by S. A. Hunt –  amazing horror-adventure novel that reads like Stranger  Things. It’s not the same story, but has  the same feel. #56: Blockade Billy by Stephen […]

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