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The Bible is Unique, ...and Accurate

Before beginning this weeks post, please remember that I am only giving a few points that can be used when discussing the Bible.  Literally thousands of books have been written about the bible.  683 more words


A Novel Liberation

If there had been any doubt left about my normalcy as a writer, all lingering “hmm, maybe?”s were put to a rest yesterday.

As you are well aware, I am busy finishing my first mainstream, historic romance novel… Big deal for me. 214 more words


How Historical Accuracy Matters: Madeleine's War

Review: Madeleine’s War, by Peter Watson
Doubleday, 2015. 367 pp. $27

It’s spring 1944, and Matthew Hammond, a colonel in British intelligence, has a torrid romance with the strikingly beautiful Madeleine Dirac, a French-Canadian woman he’s training for a very dangerous assignment. 856 more words

Reviews And Columns

Review: The Secret Agent by Joseph Conrad

The Secret Agent by Joseph Conrad, Wordsworth Classics Edition, 1993 (orig. pub. 1907), 256p.

In my pursuit of completing the Classics Club Challenge I have committed to reading two novels by Joseph Conrad. 321 more words


They Deserve Better: The Three Keys for Historical Figures in Time Walkers

Today, I let James come back and talk about being historical accurate. You’ll remember I mentioned watching a show that went for aesthetic versus being historically accurate so my hope is that we keep Time Walkers as accurate as possible. 795 more words


Shaking the Pillars of Heaven: Reviewing 'BioShock Infinite'

I was excited to start BioShock Infinite for a couple of reasons. One was that the graphics looked amazing in all of the screenshots I had seen, and two, I had heard a lot of very good things about the storyline from several of my friends. 1,154 more words


4 More Ways to #DiversifyAgentCarter

Last weekend ABC announced there would be a second season of Agent Carter, and Twitter lit up like a Christmas tree. Amidst the general jubilation, the devoted internet fan base reiterated what’s been its primary criticism of the show since its inception: a lack of character diversity. 1,284 more words