Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Bible Project: Exodus Part 1

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Plotline: Gun By Peter Leavell

  In case you’ve been living in another galaxy, it’s time to catch you up to speed. Guns are a hot topic in the United States. With modern day controversies, why not just take them out of your novel altogether? … Continue reading

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The Establishment’s Irrational Fear of Ted Cruz By David Limbaugh

Some time ago I said that many establishment Republicans dislike Ted Cruz so much that they would even back their nemesis, Donald Trump, if necessary to keep Cruz from winning. This is one time I wish I had been wrong. … Continue reading

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Review of Baseball’s No-Hit Wonders

In Baseball’s No-Hit Wonders: More Than a Century of Pitching’s Greatest Feats, Dirk Lammers chronicles the prowess and the people surrounding some of the most historic events in all of sports. This amazing book takes the reader from the well-known … Continue reading

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Review of To Capture Her Heart

  Rebecca DeMarino’s second installment of The Southold Chronicles, begins in 1653 New York, as Heather Flower’s husband is killed and she is kidnapped by a rival tribe. After months of captivity and left to die, she is rescued. Once … Continue reading

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Interview with Award-Winning Author Henry MacLaughlin

  Tell us a little bit about your newest release, Riverbend Justice. This novel is book two in the Riverbend Sagas series. It follows Michael Archer and Rachel Stone into a new adventure where they seek to clear the name … Continue reading

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Senator Ted Cruz Is Eligible to Be President

By John C. Eastman Arguments to the contrary are just proof that the silly season is fully upon us.   Every four years, as the presidential campaigns start kicking into high gear for the Iowa caucuses and early primaries in … Continue reading

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