Video works by osmosis. Reading, on the other hand, requires an active participant. If we don’t read, will we become passive?
Our own Grandfather Rock sat down with gifted author Matthew Dickerson to discuss his Daegmon War Series and the modern genre fantasy literature.
One wonders what Hellman, Lee, or Didion would think of Lena Dunham’s “Girls,” and the fashionable young Brooklynites it portrays– liberated women who grew up in a “post-feminist” era. They probably wouldn’t be impressed.
Few artists have left a more indelible mark on America’s musical landscape than Charlie Daniels. Read an excerpt from his new memoir Never Look at the Empty Seats here.
Not only is Oswalt finishing her book ensuring its publication, but he honors his late wife through dark humor, pulling heartstrings, eliciting laughter.
Matthew Dickerson’s The Daegmon War series is a spellbinding tale of mystery and wonder holding one’s interest from beginning to end.
Companies with engaged employees have 21% more productivity, 37% less absenteeism, and 25% lower turnover. Good leaders goad growth. Become one.
A review of Sam and Gifford Keen’s “The Prodigal Father/Wayward Son: A Roadmap to Reconciliation.”
Far from being bored in silence, introverts are often absorbed in a world of colorful thoughts. We are eager for the pause because it gives us the chance to mentally digest.
“Mabel gave Ronald more than a lovely world in which to grow up; she gave him an array of fascinating tools to explore and interpret it.”