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Live your dreams

I was reading John Grisham’s “The Confession” when a seemingly normal paragraph made me pause and after thinking for some minutes, I wrote this piece. If you have read this post, “ 795 more words


My month in books - July

This month I’ve tried to tackle the larger reads on my TBR pile so that’s why I’ve read less than normal. I’ve been putting 3 of them off for a long time. 140 more words


And so it begins!

Now, a self-respecting publishing enthusiast such as myself cannot start a blog without including a book review section! My love of books is perhaps the strongest love I have (barring my love for friends and family, of course) and so it would be silly not to write some book reviews and share that love with fellow readers. 229 more words


Book Club: John Grisham and authors like him

I got “into” John Grisham after I read Playing for Pizza.  About a has-been American football player who goes to Italy to at least continue to do the only thing he knows to do, even though the pay is laughable– hence the playing for pizza, as in peanuts I suppose.   596 more words

Book Club

Why a Writing Career is Like the Force (Thanks, Luke Skywalker)

There is a key moment in Star Wars (the original) where Luke is learning about the Force. He doesn’t understand how it works and he keeps getting zapped in the ass by a floating droid as a result. 601 more words

Three Books by John Grisham

John Grisham is one of my favorite authors. Since 1989 he has written nearly 30 books including 4 books in the Theodore Boone series. This past week I read his two most recent novels while on vacation at Orange Beach, AL. 622 more words


Triple Option Attack: 2014 Mississippi State College Football Preview

By E. Marcel Pourtout, Editor

Music to listen to: I’m a Man by Bo Diddley


Last Season: When Dan Mullen arrived in Starkville six years ago, Mississippi State was in the bottom half of the SEC and arguably the worst program in the stacked SEC West. 805 more words