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By Jodee Taylor
Charlie Cutter grew up an only child with an English teacher for a mother. So he read. And he read really good books.
“My mother had me read all these classics like Dickens, Homer and Shakespeare and that provided a great foundation for Western literature for me,” said Cutter, 68.
That foundation served him well when ...
Lewis’s short stories demand to be read,” says Stephen Lewis, and he’s not just
saying that because he was her husband but as a writer himself, who knows what
he is talking about.
Lewis is right. Carolyn Lewis’ new book, The
Wolflkeeper, a collection of her
stories, does demand to be read. The characters ...
By Molly Stadler
As an atheist and a pacifist, it
seems odd that law professor and author Dennis Turner would write about nuns
during World War Two. But What Did You Do
in the War, Sister? How Belgian Nuns Defied and Deceived the Nazis in World War
Two is about more than just religion. It’s about bravery, strength, ...