Constance Fenimore Woolson (5 March 5 1840 – 24 January, 1894) was a poet and short story writer from Cleveland, OH....

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False Light by Eric Dezenhall is a novel about a cynical, old-school journalist being ousted from the occupation, out for revenge to help a friend....

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How I Learned to Understand the World by Hans Rosling is both enlightening and entertaining, bringing forth a new perspective in a relatable manner...

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John George Nicolay (26, February, 1832 – 26 September, 1901) served as the private secretary to Abraham Lincoln, and co-authored his biography....

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Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act (ACA), have touched a lot of lives, some for better, some for worst. This book goes in the political wars fought about it...

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Networking and education resources for aspiring freelance writers are out there in abundance, ready to help you take your writing skills to the next level...

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In 1939, Paris, Odile Souchet has her life on track. She’s working in her dream job at the American Library in Paris, a great boyfriend working as a cop, and a loving family. ...

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David Garrick (19 February, 1717 – 20 January, 1779) was a playwright, actor, producer, and theater manager from England....

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True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee by Abraham Riesman is a biography of the famous writer, editor, imagineer, cameo star, & Marvel Comics spokesperson...

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There’s nothing like snuggling up on the couch while holding a hard copy of a good book and flipping through its pages...

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Book Spotlight: The Bird that Sang in Color
Latest Posts / February 9, 2021

Donna subscribes to a conventional view of success in life and pushes her freewheeling, artistic brother, Vincent to do the same. He refuses to conform, and she harbors guilt for her supposed failure to ensure his happiness until she discovers a book of sketches he made of his life, which allows her to see his internal joy and to discover the secret to living free!...

Book Review: A Shot in the Moonlight by Ben Montgomery

A freed slave, George Dinning, an honest, hardworking family man by all accounts. Mr. Dinning lives in Kentucky, the Jim Crow South, and prospering via his work ethic, brains, and good nature. One evening a mob comes to his farm demanding he’d leave town or be lynched. Mr. Dinning was accused of stealing meat and burning a smokehouse – with absolutely no evidence and no history of doing anything even remotely close. T...

Fun Facts Friday: Thomas Paine
Latest Posts / January 29, 2021

Thomas Paine (29 January, 1736 – 8 June, 1809) was an American philosopher, writer, and political activist & theorist known for Common Sense (1776) and The American Crisis (1776–1783)...

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