Category: book reviews
The Complexity of Belief vs the Reality of Racism – a review of “Go Set A Watchman”
When the sequel of “To Kill A Mockingbird” came out, the first thing I read was one or more of the politically correct mobs lashing out when they condemned the book because of an early scene in the novel that depicts Atticus Finch as a racist.
A Book Cover Must Make a Promise, and the story must Deliver it
The title of his presentation was “The Secrets to Ebook Self-Publishing Success”.
More than a novel—an education about what will happen to the U.S. without labor unions and justice
The coal industry is plundering Appalachia. It is a tragedy what the greedy, cold blooded corporate industry is doing to both the environment and the people who live there.
Predicting our Future from current Science Fiction
Are today’s science fiction authors the canaries in the coal mine, and should we pay close attention to what they are writing about the future—or is it already too late?
Comparing a virtual book tour to the traditional, and why go on a book tour in the first place?
How is a virtual book tour different and why is it important?