The Funeral for Bookstores Has Long Passed

At my age, living in two worlds of digital and print, I lament one passing as I try and embrace another medium. There is an advantage to BOTH, but it’s a world that is not allowing “both” very well anymore. My wife and I were traveling through Des Moines, Iowa yesterday so we stopped atContinue reading “The Funeral for Bookstores Has Long Passed”

The Power of the Biography

This article echoes one of my favorites genres: the biography. I am not much of a fiction person. I love history and biographies. It is much easier for me to plow through 900 pages on Alexander Hamilton than 200 pages of fiction. (Grisham and Baldacci are the exceptions. Sorry. I’m shallow that way.) There areContinue reading “The Power of the Biography”