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Ron Rash Comes to Young Palmetto Books

Ron Rash is a New York Times best-selling author who’s newest children’s book, The Shark’s Tooth, is being published by Young Palmetto Books. The story tells of a young girl’s kinship with the ocean and her connection to the sea disappearing when she ages and moves away. 146 more words

Saints at the River: A Review

Saints at the River by Ron Rash My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ron Rash‘s Saints at the River opens with the death of a young tourist in one of South Carolina’s wild and scenic rivers. 362 more words

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On Ron Rash's "Serena"

I can already feel it: 2015 is the year of the bear attacks and wilderness novels. Less than a month ago, I posted the review of Michael Punke’s  1,551 more words

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January Wrap Up - Part I

I made a promise to myself to write something about every book I read this year, even if it’s just “meh”. Since I read seven books this month, which would make for a rather long blog post, I’ll split it up into two parts. 779 more words


For Blood. For Money. For A Way Out

I’ve just had the great pleasure of watching “The World Made Straight”, a 2015 drama film directed by David Burris in his directorial debut, which is based on the novel of the same name penned by Ron Rash. 421 more words


The World Made Straight

The Civil War is rarely referenced in feature length films nowadays. The extremely violent war seems to be brought to screen only if it’s in a documentary. 533 more words


 Greetings again from the darkness. The Hatfields and McCoys family feud has long been a favorite topic and inspiration for literary and film projects. Lesser known, but ultimately more tragic and historically vital, is the 1863 Shelton Laurel Massacre during the Civil War. 435 more words