Slider’s Son available now!

Slider’s Son available now!

Slider’s Son is making its way into bookstores. Now it can be ordered on Amazon and Barnes and Noble! ORDER SLIDER'S SON TODAY! I finally am holding the book in my hands. And so are other people. It’s catching on! I just read an article in Time Magazine...
The El Dorado Map by Michael O

The El Dorado Map by Michael O

I just finished The El Dorado Map by my friend Mike O’Hearn. It’s a couple days until Christmas. If you like adventure stories, if you like westerns, if you like great plots with twists and turns and plenty of danger, and you like a character you can root...
The Red Pencil

The Red Pencil

This novel in verse by Andrea Davis Pinkney, illustrated by Coretta Scott King Award Winner Shane W. Evans, is in some ways a Sudanese version of Out of the Dust by Karen Hess. The parallels are numerous: loss so great it’s unbearable, including the loss of a...
Shiloh

Shiloh

Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor This is the last book review of my sabbatical semester. This review is actually being written in the morning of January 7, the day I will turn in my sabbatical report because spring semester resumes for faculty tomorrow, January 8....
I Write What I Like

I Write What I Like

” The most potent weapon in the hand of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.” – Steve Biko As is obvious by earlier posts, I hold Steve Biko in hero status as high as almost any other man or woman I’ve studied. I Write What I Like is a...
What's with 1936-37???

What's with 1936-37???

So….I usually read at least two books at once, sometimes more. I listen to one at all times in the car, and read one, two, or more on paper and/or on Kindle on my phone. Late last week, I started three books. Moon Over Manifest (Newbery winner by Clare...
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