A Great Article About Traveling to Africa

My sister (who's written an award-winning short story and blogs about books on her own WordPress site) just appeared in The Gazette, a Colorado Spring newspaper, talking about her 4-month trip to Africa with MercyShips: http://gazette.com/article/1617280?TC_SC_REF I got a brief mention in the article because of my trip to Asia in 2015, which you may …

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How to Politely Disagree, According to Chesterton

How do you politely disagree with people? How do you show you don’t have the same views as someone else, even critique their views, without seeming rude or angry? Too many people (myself included) aren’t sure how to do this. Fortunately, over a hundred years ago author G.K. Chesterton helped answer that question. Chesterton’s known …

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Was Edgar Rice Burroughs A Great Writer?

By the time Edgar Rice Burroughs died in 1950, he was almost certainly the most well-known and profitable author in the United States. He wrote over ninety novels (many still in print today) and created well-known characters such as Tarzan and John Carter of Mars. These characters’ adventures enthralled audiences, especially Tarzan’s adventures. Burroughs biographer …

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