Category Archives: words

Tips for the Seriously Writing By Peter Leavell

“Too unconcerned to love and too passionless to hate, too detached to be selfish and too lifeless to be unselfish, too indifferent to experience joy and too cold to express sorrow, they are neither dead nor alive; they merely exist.” … Continue reading

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Review of Burning Sky

In Lori Benton’s Burning Sky, Willa Obenchain returns to her family’s vacant homestead years after being abducted by Mohawk Indians. Seeking answers to her past, Willa discovers a seriously injured man on her property and feels the obligation to care … Continue reading

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Love letter from George HW Bush to Barbara from WW2 goes viral By Edmund DeMarche | Fox News

Historians and journalists on Tuesday tweeted out the hand-written love letter that future President George H.W. Bush sent to his then-fiancée Barbara Pierce on Dec. 12, 1943. Michael Beschloss, a presidential historian, tweeted that Bush was a U.S. Navy pilot … Continue reading

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Review of Rule of Law

  In Randy Singer’s Rule of Law, the mission of Seal Team Six is compromised, and attorney Paige Chambers is determined to find out why, even if it means going after the President. From the beginning, obstacles, threats, and the … Continue reading

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Review of Rawhide Down

Del Quentin Wilbur’s Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan, is a minute-by-minute account of the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan. Using his superb skills as an investigative reporter, Quentin gives the reader a glimpse into the President, … Continue reading

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Review of Thief of Glory

  In his book, Thief of Glory, Sigmund Brouwer tells the story of Jeremiah Prins whose advantaged life in the Dutch East Indies is swept up into World War II.  Forced into a Japanese internment camp, and separated from his … Continue reading

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7 Clever Ways to Say “I Look Forward to Hearing from You” Karen Hertzberg

You sent an important email and you’re eager to get a reply. You end your message with “I look forward to hearing from you.” Did you make an email faux pas? Is It Okay to Use “Looking Forward to Hearing … Continue reading

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