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End-of-season reads

While putting together my previous reading list, I mentioned that I was already tackling Relentless. That was three weeks ago. I’ve since finished the nonfiction title, before trekking Nesbo’s 695-page Nemesis. In under a week, I’ve likewise knocked back Grisham’s … Continue reading

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Parks and Recreation (2009-15) reviewed

Some time ago, I discovered this show named Parks and Recreation. I was searching for a new series to explore when I came across this talented office ensemble. Amy Poehler spearheads Parks as Leslie Knope, the perky deputy director. She … Continue reading

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The Last Dance (2020) reviewed

When I ponder His Airness, the first thing that comes to mind is not his vicious throwdowns, his trademark fadeaways, or even his thick crunch time portfolio. Funny enough, a game that happened in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) is … Continue reading

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Mid-autumn reads

As the title suggests, this reading list was spread through parts of April and May. I devoured at least two of these books last month: Dynamo and Gone Girl. However, I finished the latter in early May. Regardless, only Redbreast … Continue reading

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My April reads

I’ve finished four books since my last catalogue. I mentioned before that Fallen (Slaughter) was my latest read. I’ve since moved on from Will Trent no. 5. I then proceeded to tackle this nonfiction title, So Many Books. At 144 … Continue reading

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Double century

This is a milestone post in the history of my blog. After a few years of posting weekly, this marks the two-hundredth post on Mot Juste. In May 2018, I reached one hundred career posts. The road to the first … Continue reading

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So Many Jackets

Today I was browsing the net for blog post ideas when one entry struck a chord. The point urged their readers to think about one word and compose an entire article based on said word. If you’re short on inspiration, … Continue reading

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