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A little on Sherwood Anderson and Love !

Sherwood Anderson

“Love is like a wind stirring the grass beneath trees on a black night”

‘You must not try to make love definite. It is the divine accident of life ‘ 77 more words

Emotional Presence

Stories and Steampunk...

 It’s really hard to write some days. To get that motivation, the get up and go!

I really try to get writing in every day, whether it’s doing a chapter for Wolf Born, research or the sketching out of ideas in one of many notebooks! 428 more words


John Milton, a Muslim Perspective

John Milton (1608-1674 CE) was a great English thinker, writer and poet, as well as a civil servant for the Revolutionary Commonwealth of England under Oliver Cromwell. 622 more words


Books On The Table

Been reading a lot lately never happy unless I have 5 or 6 in the on-deck circle.

God bless the library with its endless supply of tomes not yet read. 543 more words


Attempting to Ascend the Ladder of the Greats

Writing is difficult, publishing your writing is even more so. I’ve won some hard fought victories, but at great cost. Time is the number one cost, money the second. 214 more words


In the beginning there were 12 Byzantine Rulers: Lars Brownworth speaks candidly about podcasting, Justinian and history.

From humble beginnings, Lars Brownworth’s love for history would in my opinion revolutionize how we learn and in fact even teach history today. In a world gone mad in this digital age, one lonely night I was scrolling the internet looking for material to read about the Byzantine Empire when I discovered a link to an itunes podcast. 3,210 more words


Who's Read Cormac McCarthy?

Cormac McCarthy is a favorite writer of mine. Some don’t prefer him because of his dark and grotesque subject matter. His book Child of God… 547 more words

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