Category Archives: diversity

I guess I can add award-winning author to my bio.

King Eochaidh The Horse Warrior was the first book to win a reward. 2017 The Fairy Tree Troll was the second. It won a local youth reading award-2018 The Fanfiction “Dean and Sam Meet The Real Azazel” is the third … Continue reading

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How to Add Diversity To Your Reading

I learned years ago that some of the best stories and most  interesting novels have to be searched for. No one is going to tell you where to find them. You have to browse around the internet or library until … Continue reading

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J. Canadace’s Goodread Review of The Devil on My Trail

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/32334556-the-devil-on-my-trail This review was written years ago but I’m just now listing it for blog members. I thought it would be a great book to tackle before the full swing of summer arrive. Dec 26, 2016J. Canadace rated it it … Continue reading

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Black for a Day: White Fantasies of Race and Empathy by Alisha Gaines

The book is based upon real experiments conducted by journalists. In 1948, a journalist named Ray Sprigle traded his whiteness to live as a black man for four weeks. A little over a decade later, John Howard Griffin famously “became” … Continue reading

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“The Best Don’t Win” (Kingston’s Journey #54)

This blog’s post brought to mind a stark reality. What’s presented to us the vast majority of the time isn’t actually the best the world has to offer, no matter what agenda we’re threading. For example: The sterilized conditions of … Continue reading

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Are Book Reviewers and Bloggers Biased? Some readers seem to think they are.

The post opened my eyes to what readers are looking for when they visit your blog. I never gave it much thought but this reader named Alvin let it be known he thinks a book blogs and book reviewers couldn’t … Continue reading

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Postcards for Book Marketing

In the age of the Internet physical writing almost seem obsolete, but I do think there are some who appreciate the time worn art of actually writing. Many years ago they were a warm way of staying in touch. I … Continue reading

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Quote from novel “Shellyanna”: “You can’t see the problem…….”

As every one knows I like to introduce a major player in the series before the books come out. Sort of like an old-fashioned matinee. To make the audience familiar with them. This is part of a conversation the main … Continue reading

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Children of a Lesser God~ Play by Mark Medoff~ A beautiful love story.

In the act of my catching up with my reading I come across a piece of literature I hadn’t read in years. I re-read it. It’s a beautiful love story. Children of a Lesser God is a play written by … Continue reading

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