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Eleven and a half years of books is a book blog based on The Top Ten: Writers Pick Their Favorite Books edited by J. Peder Zane. Posts generally relate to works mentioned in the book, authors who gave their opinion on various works for the book, and/or whatever other book related miscellanea suddenly struck our fancy. Use at your own risk, results may vary. See our initial post for more details.

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Kimberly Moore graduated with a teaching degree in secondary education with English and then promptly decided not to teach. Kim has been an avid reader since 4, when she read the Berenstain Bears for the first time all by herself. At age 6 she attempted reading Poltergeist but gave it up in the first quarter of the book because she couldn’t make sense of it. She then has had the reputation for the 30 years since as the girl who always has a book with her. She recently gave up reading fiction for Lent and thinks of it as the longest six weeks of her life. She reads across all genres and all lengths of novels. However, even with the English degree, she feels her classic novels read list is woefully short. When not sitting with her nose stuck in a book or listening to an audio book, Kim can be found being a part time stay at home mom for her daughter, Amelia. Kim is hoping that Amelia doesn’t try reading Poltergeist at 6.

David S. Atkinson is the author of Apocalypse All the Time, Not Quite so Stories (2016 Best Book Awards Finalist Fiction: Short Story), The Garden of Good and Evil Pancakes (2015 national indie excellence awards finalist in humor), and Bones Buried in the Dirt (2014 Next Generation Indie Book Awards finalist, First Novel <80K). He is a Staff Reader for Digging Through The Fat and his  writing appears in Bartleby Snopes, Grey Sparrow Journal, Atticus Review, and others. His writing website is http://davidsatkinsonwriting.com/.

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