The continuing story of one man’s 60 year love affair with 2.5 acres of Essex countryside.
In a previous article, I wrote about a "Stolen Occupied Horse;" in this article, we'll deal with gun shooting cowboys on horses in the Town of New Houlka, Mississippi in 1978.
The story of America's most prolific hitman who claims to have murdered over 200 people starting with his first murder at age 13.
A moving and shocking insight into Thai society, and the sex trade that has become one of its biggest attractions.
The late Miriam Rothschild was a member of the banking family but she became known for her work as a zoologist and botanist. She wrote a book all about the gardens owned by the Rothschilds.
Historians have offered many theories to explain what could drive Alexander the Great to so rapidly conquer much of the known world. Some suggest Alexander was an idealistic visionary who sought to unite the world, helping men of all races and religions live in peace and harmony. Others argue that...
Have you ever heard of 'The Complete Idiot's Guides or the 'for Dummies' series? Of course you did. But have you ever thought about, which books are the better? Here are some ideas!
Shel Silverstein was an American poet, songwriter, author of children's books, musician, composer, cartoonist and playwright. This article is about the life journey of Shel Silverstein.
Craig Ferguson has worn many hats in the entertainment industry -- actor, comedian, game show host, talk show host... and author. Let's take a look at his memoir, American on Purpose.
From her birth in 1915 to her death in 2008, Tasha Tudor wrote and/or illustrated 100 children's books. But she lived in 1830. How can that be? Allow me to share with you her special story.