Sarah Kemble Knight - teacher & diarist. Her journey from Boston to New York provides historians a first-hand accounts of traveling through Colonial New England...

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Billy Boyle wakes up in Sicily, with amnesia. He doesn’t remember what happened, or who he is, but he has a yellow silk handkerchief which seems important...

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Wanderlust: An Eccentric Explorer, An Epic Journey, A Lost Age is a biography of Peter Freuchen, a Danish adventurer, author, actor, and game show winner...

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Jack Gelber (12 April, 1932 – 9 May, 2003) was an award-winning American playwright and educator. He is remembered for his play The Connection...

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Diversifying your income streams can help you gain valuable experience in roles like editing, content creation, and public speaking, too....

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The book is well written, satirical, quirky, and a lot of fun to read. The first half is excellent, but I felt the second half fell flat when the schtick was up...

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Algernon Charles Swinburne was a poet, playwright, and author from England. He is known for his book Poems and Ballads, a collection of poetry....

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This thrilling book is a cautionary tale of how weaponized computer vulnerabilities can change our lives, decide policy, and even start wars...

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Thom Shubilla starts with an overview of James Bond’s movies from the 1960s, followed by a section of other forms of media they inspired....

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DezsƑ Kosztolányi was a Hungarian poet, writer, and translator. He is considered to be one of the outstanding poets of Hungarian literature. ...

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Author Q and A with Tami Hoag
Author Q&A / December 21, 2010

Tami Hoag is the New York Times bestselling author and at the time of this post has thirteen consecutive best sellers. Ms. Hoag was kind enough to take the time and answer a few questions, her responses are both enlightening and thought provoking....

For My Father
Opinion / December 17, 2010

My father died yesterday morning. After 27 years of fighting cancer, the last two years very aggressively, he succumbed; but not without a fierce fight. It took his heart 12.5 hours to stop beating after the tubes were taken out, his blood pressure was steady the whole time and he gobbled up 4 bags of morphine (“enough for a big elephant and a small elephant” as the nurse said). He died as he wished – in a dignified manner, pe...

My First Guest Blog
Uncategorized / December 11, 2010

I wrote a guest blog for Bobbie from ‘Til We Read Again about writing bad book reviews – you can find the guest post here. Hope you enjoy it and thanks to Bobbie for publishing it. Zohar – Man of La Book...

Book Review: The Flock by James Robert Smith
4 Stars , Fiction / December 8, 2010

I got this book for free. Tor and Forge Books has kindly made three (3) copies to be given away – enter at the bottom of the post. Article first published as Book Review: The Flock by James Robert Smith on Blogcritics. My rating for The Flock – 4 About: “The Flock” by James Robert Smith (website | Facebook) is a fiction fantasy thriller set in a Florida. The title of the novel comes from a group of prehistoric giant ca...

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