Recently I’ve had the opportunity to look through a large stash of family papers related to my great uncle James Jewell, who was the director and part of the team that created The Lone Ranger, which b
Writing a book is a major investment of time and energy. Yet I did one of my books entirely for free. (I will not say which one.) Why would I do that? Not intentionally. It was one of my early books.
Lev Raphael is nothing if not prolific. He has written 25 books and has not limited himself to one genre– or five. His books have been translated into a dozen languages. He teaches creative writing at
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So here is the power of the word “secret.” I was scrolling through my Twitter feed and I came across this: “Shh, have you heard about Edinburgh’s new secret cake club?” A secret cake club? How cool, I
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For the third in our series of features on Michigan authors we check in with Paul Vachon, author of a number of books on Michigan history. Tell me a little bit about yourself. Years ago when I was in
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