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(Narrative Nonfiction) The Journeys of Socrates by Dan Millman

The Journeys of Socrates
by Dan Millman

My rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Part truth, part fiction–The Journeys of Socrates is the retelling of the author’s great-grandfather’s legacy, taken from first-hand accounts and peppered with artistic license. 523 more words

5 Out Of 5 Stars

Paperback Release of I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast

Fantastic News: Many of you have written me to inquire about a paperback release of ‘I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast’ to use for teaching. It’s here! 46 more words

Melissa Studdard

From Flickr: "Kozy Books K122 - Adam Snavely - The Big Flick" by swallace99

Adam Snavely – The Big Flick
Kozy Books K122, 1961
Cover Artist: unknown

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Blanket Fortress Play: International Tabletop Day

I was very close to calling this year’s International Tabletop Day, Let’s Play Antoine Bauza Games Like Crazy Day. Had I brought Takenoko instead of Zombie Dice and Elder Sign to our gathering, it might have become just that. 715 more words

Joelyn Alexandra

Three Days Past Yesterday by Doris I. "Lucki" Allen

Doris I. “Lucki” Allen’s Three Days Past Yesterday: A Black Woman’s Journey Through Incredibility (CreateSpace, 72 pp., $10, paper) lives up to its subtitle: It tells the story of an incredible journey by a black woman in the United States Army. 405 more words


The Official Release Dates

Paranormal Contact Volume One is currently in the hands of my editor! And I am here to tell you that the official release date of my second novel will be Thursday May 7th. 120 more words

Paranormal Contact

Fear Was My Only Weapon by Dennis Papp

Neil Simon’s Biloxi Blues tells a comedic World War II barracks story about a twenty-year-old draftee who learns to cope with a diverse assortment of soldiers during basic training while enduring the wrath a bullying superior. 396 more words