Military Appreciation Month Reads

“The Legacy of the Civil War” – Pulitzer Prize writer, Robert Warren, explores the manifold ways in which the Civil War changed the United States Forever. “Civil War Hospital Sketches” – Before her wider fame as the author of Little Women, Louisa May Alcott achieved recognition for her accounts of her work as a volunteerContinue reading “Military Appreciation Month Reads”

Military Appreciation Month Book Share

Guerilla Warfare, written in1960 outlines Che’s doctrine for guerilla fighters, especially against Carribean style dictatorships. This publication includes three essays describing Che’s tactical philosophy of fighting a guerilla war in Latin America. May is Military Appreciation Month.

Introverts! This is Our Time to Shine

Don’t let those couch potatoes do all of the world-saving by themselves. Yeah, I know, they can watch for hours on end, but you need to get your ass in gear and keep reading! Introverts, book nerds, socially awkward humans – whatever you want to call yourselves – I think we already knew this, butContinue reading “Introverts! This is Our Time to Shine”

Does Reading Make us Better People?

Every day more than 1.8 million books are sold in the US. Despite all the other easy distractions available to us today, there’s no doubt that many people still love reading.

7 Digital Libraries You Can Visit From Your Home

Is your state still on shut down? Kids still out of school? Many libraries, museums and organizations are offering some of their content for free online. Here are just 7 Libraries you can visit from the comfort of your own home. Digital Public Library of America The DPLA is an online collection of over 36 million freeContinue reading “7 Digital Libraries You Can Visit From Your Home”

My Shared Birthday with Robert Penn Warren

I share a Birthday with these two writing savages. I first read Robert Penn Warren in a community college class and fell in love with his drama, charm, and lively Southern characters. Anthony Trollop is simply a wordsmith. He used to wake up and write for two hours each morning before working at the postContinue reading “My Shared Birthday with Robert Penn Warren”