Category Archives: Books and Authors

Anything from book reviews to author interviews to tips from authors about how to write.

How to Read My Books

You can read my books any way you like, in any order you like. It would be incredibly conceited and unrealistic of me to think I can tell you which way to read my books. But occasionally I meet a … Continue reading

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Book Toy Combo as Christmas Gifts

Book Toy Combo as Christmas Gifts [Updated from November 27, 2010 version. First published on Hubpages.] When I was a little girl, I received a lot of presents from family and friends of my parents. All the presents were good, … Continue reading

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Herbs of the Sun, Moon and Planets is a new title in the Pagan Portals series

Herbs of the Sun, Moon and Planets is a new book in the Pagan Portals series, published by Moon Books.  In it I look in some depth at the subject of how culinary and medicinal herbs were once given astrological … Continue reading

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A Comparative Review of “Someday, Someday, Maybe”

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This is going to be not so much a review, but a sort of free association starting with the fact that I just finished reading Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Graham.  Did I like the book? Yes. Was it easy … Continue reading

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The Corporate Entity

[This was first published on Hubpages and later de-indexed.] This is a chapter from a novel that I completed writing in 1983 and self-published in 1985. Was it a good novel? I’m certainly not in the best position to judge. … Continue reading

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Is It Libertarian if it Features Rebellion Against Government?

Lately I have noticed people making lists of Libertarian movies and books to recommend to their non-libertarian friends. Among these such classics as 1984 and the Star Wars franchise, as well as relative newcomers like The Hunger Games have been mentioned. … Continue reading

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Books Available from Inverted-A Press

Inverted-A Press carries the following Titles: The Portrait of a Lover by John Wheatcroft. A Thousand and One Stories of Pericon de Cadiz Transatlantic Lives by Jesse Bier Theodosia and the Pirates by Aya Katz       Vacuum County … Continue reading

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The Art of Conversation

There is an art to brilliant conversation. It is more than each person talking in turn. It is more than showing courtesy to your interlocutor, pausing when needed, and listening just as much as you speak. Real conversations, the ones … Continue reading

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Is It For Children?

As an author, and also as a reader, I have a problem with genre in general. My books do not fit squarely into any given genre, because basically they are all about the same thing: my view of life. It … Continue reading

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An Interview with F.L. Light

F. L. Light is a poet, translator and dramatist. He is a prolific writer, and Amazon lists 65 of his works.  He also writes online, and two of his blogs can be found here: Solopassion and The Eleutherian Laureate. I recently … Continue reading

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