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The New World & The Pilgrim Fathers

Part One

The Reformation touched the United States of American in the 1600s, after explorers such as Leif Eriksson, Christopher Columbus, and Admiral Zhen He discovered America. 515 more words


For the Love of a Grape

I have noticed something of late. I am spending an awful lot more per bottle of wine. I suppose, as my journey and education through wine enjoyably continues, my palate improves, my experiences broaden. 570 more words

New World

Quick News Update

So, I haven’t posted any news in a while, but I want you all to know that I’m still hard at work.

The online novel New Testament “.hack” has been recently completed on CC2’s website. 231 more words


Listed: Argentina's strongest brands

This week’s Listed section ventures out from the Old World to look at Argentina’s top five brands. Wine Lister’s Brand score measures a wine’s performance across two criteria – … 241 more words


Happy Diwali ~ New Moon in Libra

Hello everybody!

The planet and the humanity have been going through massive changes the last two months and many beings are affected directly or indirectly at a very practical level. 667 more words

Adventuresses Club Press 2: The Nun Ensign

That’s correct, we have another book out! This time I’ve delved back to the 16-17th centuries, to bring you the impossibly block-busteresque life of Catalina de Erauso, the Nun Ensign. 95 more words


Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Amerigo Vespucci’s Account of His First Voyage

Amerigo Vespucci was an Italian explorer, financier, navigator and cartographer who lived from March 9, 1454 to February 22, 1512.  He was the first to demonstrate that Brazil and the West Indies were not, after all, the eastern boundaries of Asia but a separate land mass from the Old World.  199 more words

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