Dr. Henry Abramson profiles some startling new scholarship on a fascinating text from the Holocaust era, with major implications in Jewish history and theology.
It's been almost a year since my last Choose Your Own Adventure review. The last one I did went up on October 23, 2016, and [...]
It's been a long time since I've done an Interiors post, and as you know that I love libraries I decided to return to that [...]
I definitely picked the wrong time to try to get a new publication out--right in the middle of a job and life transition--but I'm pleased [...]
Two bizarre SF stories, focusing on our obsession with entertainment and diversion, will soon be available in a Kindle edition, for free, and a low-priced paperback version.
Sign up on Goodreads to enter the giveaway where I'm giving away signed copies of my time-bending science fiction novel to 10 lucky winners!
History blogger Padre Steve reviews a startling new book with lessons from the past for our tumultuous times.
My new book contains three intertwining stories of unlikely love in the depths of winter.
My former horror publisher is going under. Does that mean I'm back to "square one" as a writer? Hardly!
A book by John Fea about why the study of history is relevant is a clarion call for our times, where appreciation of the value of the past is declining.