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
The sci-fi story Shorefall,expands on world building, societies, and technologies, questions what the author created, exploring politics, faith, and humanity.
Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett a smart novel in a complex world where humans can tap the consciousness of objects convincing them that they are different
Southern writer Eudora Welty was born today, 13 April 1909 (died 23 July 2001) in Jackson, Mississippi. Books by Eudora Welty 1 ) Eudora Welty was the daughter of an insurance company owner and had a sheltered childhood and a led a sheltered life. 2 ) Many of Ms. Welty’s stories feature strong women, however feminist scholars shunned them due to negative comments she made in the 1970s about the feminist movement. 3 ) Eudora Welty was the first woman to study at Peterhouse College in Cambridge. 4 ) Ms. Welty was an accomplished photographer who took pictures for three years in the south during depression in the 1930s. 5 ) When she returned home from college (Columbia University School of Business), Ms. Welty worked as a radio writer and newspaper society writer. 6 ) The Death of a Traveling Salesman was Eudora Welty’s first published short story (1936). Her work appeared in the Southern Review for the next two years. 7 ) A Curtain of Green, a book of short stories was published in 1941. 8 ) Ms. Welty was awarded the O. Henry Award for best short fiction in 1942 and 1943. The novel The Optimist’s Daughter was…
Shep worked hard to retire in a country where his money could last him forever. When Glynis, Shep’s wife, gets cancer, Shep’s life savings are dwindling fast
Set during the 1960’s, when the civil rights movement was gaining speed and atrocities went unnoticed, the book’s existence could provide life threatening