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This Book Shall Remain Nameless Or: How Not To Write A Historic Mystery Novel

 There are no real “rules” for writing a novel. More to the point, any rules there might be can be freely broken,

What Is the Past Tense of “Read?”

As we all know, I love to read.

Reading books used to be my favorite pass time. Now I find that I spend

How The Scots Invented the Modern World

The True Story of How Western Europe’s Poorest Nation Created Our World and Everything In It. by Arthur Herman

Balls & Instincts

Isn’t the Internet a fascinating intelligence?

There are people I know whom I’ve never met, and books I’ve read that aren’t in print.

Paper Vs. Pixels

When is the last time you read a book?

Seriously, now. I don’t even mean a book on a Kindle –

World’s Fairs In a Southern Accent

World’s Fairs In a Southern Accent By: Bruce G. Harvey

I have to be honest and say that this book is not

My Love Affair with Mystery Series

It was many years ago now. A friend suggested I read – I think because I was a “cat person” –  a mystery

The Snapping of the American Mind,By David Kupelian

If you can tolerate strong political opinions, right or left, keep reading. If you can’t, and you’re right of center, keep going. If

Philip Vickers Fithian – A Plantation Tutor of the Old Dominion

Philip Vickers Fithian: A Plantation Tutor of the Old Dominion,1773 – 1774;

Edited by: Hunter Dickenson Farish

History, as the saying goes, is

If… by Evelyn McFarlane (Questions For the Game of Life)

Another old-but-always-new book for you this month; it was a gift from a friend. The book is actually about 20 years old, but