Monthly Archives: February 2019

Stewarding the Skill of Writing Posted by Jen Oshman

There are so many good reasons not to write. I mean, do people even read anymore? Everyone has something to say and the internet is a virtual cacophony. Why add to the noise? Especially when writing is hard. And lonely. … Continue reading

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Autopsy of a Dead Coup By Victor Davis Hanson

  The illegal effort to destroy the 2016 Trump campaign by Hillary Clinton campaign’s use of funds to create, disseminate among court media, and then salt among high Obama administration officials, a fabricated, opposition smear dossier failed. So has the … Continue reading

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Dodgers Dugout Remembering Don Newcombe By Houston Mitchell

Don Newcombe in 1951. (Associated Press) Hi, and welcome to another edition of Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell and this entire newsletter is dedicated to Don Newcombe. Don Newcombe (June 14, 1926 – February 19, 2019) Dodger great … Continue reading

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Lost photographs of Jane Austen’s nieces discovered on eBay reveal how author foretold their lives in plots of her novels

  This picture shows Jane Austen’s nephew, Edward Knight, who scandalously eloped to marry his sister’s stepdaughter Credit: Karen Levers /SWNS.COM Lost photographs of Jane Austen’s nieces and nephews have been discovered in an old photo album, which reveals their lives … Continue reading

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Black Spies in Confederate Richmond By Jocelyn Green

  A recent review of Spy of Richmond suggested that the title of the novel should really be Spies of Richmond, and I’m actually delighted with her observation. I really wanted to show in my novel that Underground Richmond was made up … Continue reading

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Nicknamed Bookseller’s Row, Cecil Court is a hidden gem in the heart of central London. by Georgie Hoole

  Packed with twenty-odd secondhand bookshops and antiquarian booksellers, it truly is a paradise for literature lovers. Just moments away from the hustle and bustle of Leicester Square, you’ll be surprised to stumble across such a peaceful gem. The shop fronts haven’t … Continue reading

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10 Tips To Help You Write More Effective Emails By Amanda Patterson

  Because the world conducts most of its business via emails, it seems like a good idea to know how to write them. Effective emails can be the key to success in business. Younger audiences are even more likely to … Continue reading

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