Tag: novels

Those “Mean” French (Again)

There seems something in the American psyche that is incapable of treating French people, as, well, ordinary people. That is probably because it is drilled into the American subconscious by now almost from birth that “the French” stand out among Europeans as particularly “mean”…

One (I Hope) In 2021 (That Will Be Nearly Two Years In The Writing)

I did not create this web site until December 2013 – which was after I had published my first book: I believed I had to have stuck my neck out fully before I could offer reasonable opinions on writing and authoring. Having created an “author Twitter account” in August 2019 – after four additional books, and nearly six years since that first – and observing what I see on that platform, I detect some tweeting writers are full of (to be polite) hot air.

“Her eyes…”

A few minutes of authoring fun.

These were written by a few of literature’s great authors, who have been read for generations so far and are likely to be read for many generations to follow us.

Note the highlighted sentence in each picture.

The History Decree

That ignoramus who does not know one of the most basic facts about the history of the presidency actually has the nerve to lecture professional historians that he knows what constitutes “patriotic” history.