It used to be that word definitions and accepted usage shifted gradually over years and multiple editions of Websters. What to make of language evolution in real-time?
An impressive consideration of the danger of ideas, Kadish’s novel has the brains of a scholar, the drive of a sleuth, and the soul of a lover.
Join me to discuss paths to publication and giving your book its best chance out in the world.
Spring is the time for book festivals and writers’ conferences. Hope you’ll make plans to join me for one or all of these great events.
10th Annual Holiday Literary Extravaganza, 2:00 Saturday 12/17 at the Enoch Pratt Free Library, Eastern & Conkling in Baltimore
Jenny and others from MWAA offered writing tips at the Annapolis Regional Library as part of NaNoWritMo.
Author/talk show host Carolivia Herron and I discussed DC history and lots more on her Takoma Radio Epic City book program.
Join me and Jeff Richards at Upshur Street Books in D.C. as we discuss the Civil War Battle of Fort Stevens.
UP THE HILL TO HOME took first place in Historical Fiction in the 2015 Foreword Reviews INDIEFAB Awards.
Sunday, April 24th is the 11th annual Kensington Day of the Book festival, and I’ll be there!
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