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The Seventh of May by Pippa Franks

The last couple of days I’ve been reading a lovely story by Pippa Franks, The Seventh of May. It has been a “joy” and delight to read. 327 more words


Fangirl and proud of it.

I must say the coolest thing about being an author is knowing other authors. First and foremost, I’m a reader and a fan of writers. And when I say I’m a fan, I mean embarrassingly so. 943 more words


Releasing Now: One to Save by Tia Louise

ONE TO SAVE (One to Hold, #6)

(Derek & Melissa)

By Tia Louise

#SaveDerek March 26, 2015

Some threats come at you as friendly fire. 1,078 more words


Top 5 places to read

By Diane Jagels

Where do you love to grab your favorite book? Be it poetry, fiction, historical biography, or even your own personal journal to scribble in. 404 more words

Chestatee Review

John Lukacs on Intellectual Bureaucratization

I am currently reading historian John Lukacs’ At the End of an Age.  I only discovered Lukacs’ work fairly recently, after reading a review of one of his other books… 1,000 more words


Quote for the Week: This is an Outrageous Standard

Legislators are told things by regulators or bureaucrats in private because they ask about them. While a committee’s public hearing are generally about stagecraft, very frank and detailed conversations often take place behind closed doors.

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