Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Reading Indelible Ink

Last week, there was a book segment on the Today show with a panel of authors and publishers. One of the featured books was Indelible Ink, which explores the work of a courageous early-18th-century journalist in the face of the … Continue reading

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The Golfer’s Game Book

This book is different from the novels, biographies, and children’s books I usually review. It is a book of golf side-games that add interest to the game of golf, as well as practice exercises to improve your game. This little … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Home of a Writer

Our book club recently discussed Cross Creek, by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. It is the story of the people, time, and place in the Ocala National Forest where she wrote her award-winning books. Most of us didn’t finish the book, but … Continue reading

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The Pirate Coast: I Found it When I Wasn’t Looking

I stumbled on The Pirate Coast: Thomas Jefferson, the First Marines, and the Secret Mission of 1805, published in 2005, when I was looking for the e-reader price for Kilmeade & Yaeger’s new book on the same topic to read for my … Continue reading

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Guest Reviewer: Tracy Arizmendi

Today I have an invited guest reviewer, Tracy Arizmendi. Tracy is a voracious reader, a fantastic cook, a nurse, and a designer of beautifully inspired jewelry using semi-precious gemstones and Swarovski crystals. After my book club chose Brian Kilmeade and … Continue reading

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Book Signing Today

My book club will be reading Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates in February for our March meeting. I’ve already finished the chick flick we were to read in December. So, when I saw that the authors of Thomas Jefferson would be … Continue reading

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