Author Archives: nathanalbright

About nathanalbright

I'm a person with diverse interests who loves to read. If you want to know something about me, just ask.

Exploring St. Vincent: Part Two

When I found out a couple of days ago that there would be a chance to explore the other side of St. Vincent that I hadn’t seen earlier, I was definitely very interested in the opportunity, and as it was … Continue reading

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Book Review: SuperBetter

SuperBetter:  The Power Of Living Gamefully, by Jane McGonigal I was pleased to read this book for several reasons, at least in general, largely because the approach discussed in this book is one I tend to undertake.  The author encourages … Continue reading

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Book Review: Crossing The Chasm

Crossing The Chasm:  Marketing And Selling High-Tech Products To Mainstream Customers, by Geoffrey A. Moore One of the more common issues I have faced in life regarding technology is that people tend to assume I am far more ahead of … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Balance Point

The Balance Point:  Master The Work-Life Balance, Love What You Do, And Become An Unstoppable Entrepreneur, by Jordan Ring [Note:  This book was provided by the author free of charge.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I don’t remember … Continue reading

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On The Psychology Of Family Dances

Last night we had a family dance here at the Feast of Tabernacles in St. Vincent and it led me to ponder more than just the dance itself.  Sadly, I missed the karaoke section that had lasted 45 minutes because … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Eddie Money

Eddie Money is an artist I have long had a lot of respect for.  Even if his music was not very flamboyant and even if he tended to be a pretty standard rocker in an age that was known for … Continue reading

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Book Review: Writing Away

Writing Away:  A Creative Guide To Awakening The Journal-Writing Traveler, by Lavinia Spalding This book is disappointing, in that I expected this book to celebrate the process by which one can gain insights on better travel writing (something I do … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Poetry Home Repair Manual

The Poetry Home Repair Manual:  Practical Advice For Beginning Poets, by Ted Kooser This particular book was written by poet laureate Ted Kooser for beginning poets, and as someone who has been writing poems for at least a couple of … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Butterfly Hours

The Butterfly Hours:  Transforming Memories Into Memoir, by Patty Dann I was a bit disappointed by this little book.  Judging by its title, and subtitle (and especially the note on the title that said that the book had prompts for … Continue reading

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A Tour Of St. Vincent: Part One

On Sunday, which is a day or two ago as I write this depending on how you count this (I am really behind on my writing, sadly), a group of people, myself included, took a somewhat impromptu journey through the … Continue reading

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