Denis Johnson was an award-winning American writer who is known for his novel Tree of Smoke as well as his short story collection Jesus’ Son....

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Mr. Bennett goes a step further in this book when it comes to communication. talking is not needed, people are connected working as one entity for one goal...

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s house in Hyde Park is not nearly as full of strange artifacts as that of Teddy Roosevelt. The home is just as fascinating....

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Juan de la Cruz (24 June 1542 – 14 December 1591), known as Saint John of the Cross, was a Spanish priest and poet. He is known for his three mystical poems....

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What happens when you recruit a bunch of rogue geniuses and send them to enemy territory to save the world? You get a great story...

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Teddy Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, was a self-proclaimed “book lover” throughout his life. His library and home are filled with books...

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Henry Lawson (17 June, 1867 – 2 September 1922) was one of the best-known Australian bush poets and writers of fiction during the colonial period....

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Jonas Jonasson seems to, once again, take pleasure in writing farces, comedy of errors that happen to somehow work out. Kevin ...

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Saul Bellow was an award-winning American writer. Among his many distinctions are a Pulitzer and Nobel Prizes, and the National Book Award for Fiction 3 times ...

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Author Q and A with Tatjana Soli
Author Q&A / January 12, 2011

Tatjana Soli wrote the wonderful “Lotus Eaters” the story of a combat female photographer during the Vietnam War. She was kind enough to answer a few question...

Author Q and A with Steve Anderson
Author Q&A / December 28, 2010

When I started to read "The Losing Role" I immediately knew that I have something special in my hands - I couldn't resist an espionage novel set in World War II. The author, Steve Anderson (Website | Facebook | Twitter), has been kind enough to answer a few questions about his ideas, research and social media....

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