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Top 10 Best/Worst Books of 2009: Vote Now!

The results are in!  Click HERE to view the results for BEST BOOK, or click HERE to view the results for WORST BOOK.

For all polls, ignore the “Don’t Click” option.

Best Books of 2009

Enter the name of what you think is the best book released in 2009.  Don’t include any quotations or symbols unless they are a part of the title.

Worst Books of 2009

Enter the name of what you think is the worst book released in 2009.  Don’t include any quotations or symbols unless they are a part of the title.

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Thanks for reading!

Rick

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TCJ Library Addition: Vilified!

The first book that I’m adding into the TCJ Library Collection is Vilified! Red Meat for Conservatives from a Guy Who’s Got a lot of Beefs.  I’m still in the process of reading this one, but it’s great so far!  Conservative Author Corey Deitz covers it all somewhere in the book, from his opinion on Chris Dodd and Barney Frank, to PETA and Illegal Immigration.  Deitz does a great job conveying his opinions in a way that’s funny and entertaining, so you don’t have to worry about becoming uninterested.  It’s a hilarious yet insightful take on politics that’s definitely a must read!
When I finish reading the book, I plan to write a full review, but I just wanted to write a little blurb (is that a word) about it while I’m reading.

Resources

To visit Vilified!‘s website, click here.

To buy a paperback copy of Vilified! on Amazon, click here.

To buy a paperback copy or eBook copy of Vilified! on Lulu, click here.

Thanks for reading and be sure to check out the book at one of the above sources!

Rick

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