(This Q&A was cross-posted on Goodreads.com.) Just wanted to respond to a few questions that potential readers have asked about my new book, The Prisoner of the Castle of Enlightenment, which was released Feb. 4, 2020 – and I’ll keep questions open for a while on the book’s Goodreads page in case anyone else hasContinue reading “Quick Q&A on The Prisoner of the Castle of Enlightenment”
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Pre-Orders Are Live!
I’m happy to announce that pre-orders for The Prisoner of the Castle of Enlightenment have gone live! The book is a historical fantasy novel forthcoming from publisher D.X. Varos on February 4, 2020. Where to order: Amazon Barnes & Noble Publisher website (up to 30% discount through February 4, 2020) IndieBound (You can support yourContinue reading “Pre-Orders Are Live!”
via: fripperiesandfobs: Reproduction “Diana, goddess of hunt and moon” Georgian fancy dress From the “Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens” exhibition at the Museum of London via Vogue and Worn Through
Adorable literary socks from my adorable mom! The socks astutely quote Jane Austen: “I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading!”
A Flowchart of Philosophical Novels and Stories – Daily Nous
News we all can use! A cool flowchart of philosophical novels! A Flowchart of Philosophical Novels and Stories – Daily Nous
Advance Praise for The Prisoner of the Castle of Enlightenment
Advance praise for The Prisoner of the Castle of Enlightenment, my historical fantasy novel coming soon from publisher D.X. Varos in February 2020: The Prisoner of the Castle of Enlightenment took me on a journey, to France, to centuries ago, to the exotic and erotic castle where ideas and philosophy are debated and fought over,Continue reading “Advance Praise for The Prisoner of the Castle of Enlightenment”
I’m thrilled to announce that my historical fantasy novel, The Prisoner of the Castle of Enlightenment, will be published by D.X. Varos in February 2020. Cover design credit: Ellie Augsburger of Creative Digital Studios.
Some Things a Former Soldier of the Third Reich Told Me
This is yet another post touched off by a post by Eric Schliesser on the NewApps philosophy blog … He discusses a two-part article in the New York Review of books by Mark Lilla about several films and books on the Holocaust, and considers Lilla’s contention that “Every advance in research that adds a new complicationContinue reading “Some Things a Former Soldier of the Third Reich Told Me”
Is the Tea Party Irrational?
A philosophy professor acquaintance of mine recently wrote an interesting blog post defending the Tea Party’s rationality, and then Salon.com came out with an article, Tea Party Radicalism is Misunderstood, echoing some of those points and differing on others. I appreciated the attempts at de-simplifying people’s views of the Tea Party’s tactics, and I haveContinue reading “Is the Tea Party Irrational?”
A Shutdown Poem
A Congress of my past selves convenes Hotly debating how to appropriate The dull foul-smelling coins That make more jingling sound than they can buy — An outmoded currency, this rage. They argue from all the times I’ve switched selves That beliefs aren’t immutable. They stand me before a murder board As if I wereContinue reading “A Shutdown Poem”