Come all ye eager authors A story hear from me, About publishing on Amazon I’ll say this much: it’s free.
Singin’ in the rain is good for you and can make you happy. Minority opinion? Sure. That doesn’t mean it’s wrong.
“Dancing in the Streets” has a whole new meaning when there aren’t enough public toilets.
Slavery in the United States was all about business, and it was a complicated and fascinating business, as well as a grim one. The pricing alone is worth a book.
Why doesn’t the United States cope with disaster as well as we would cope with an attack by another country? We could. Our military can build a temporary port in 48 hours. We just need to rethink what we do with what we have.
We want to create our own story, and the stories of our ancestors, with pieces of history. Sometimes we call it our heritage. And from Charlottesville to Timbuktu to Hobby Lobby, we fight desperately over control of the pieces, the right to glorify or destroy.
Should you write your novel backwards? Are you a planner—making an outline and following it? Or are you a “pantser,” someone who just starts and has no idea how it’s going to turn out? No matter how you write, you’ve got plenty of company.
Historical mysteries are magical mysteries. They take us to a different time and place, and can give us a completely different take on real events. Here's a partial list of favorites.
Lynn Kanter’s novel Her Own Vietnam tells the compelling story of an Army nurse and the haunting effects of war.
I want to live to be 100, with my brain and body working as well as possible. Dancing helps keep your brain working.