Monthly Archives: March 2017

Grease Is the Word

In college, while other students were learning skills that would help them earn a living one day, we English majors would sit around in our classes looking for anachronisms in literature. An anachronism is something that appears in a time where … Continue reading

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My Luck in Finding Kindred Spirits

Happy St. Patrick’s Day. The luck of the Irish was certainly with me the day I joined the Rocky Mount Writers’ Guild.  We’re a diverse group of people with one thing in common:  we like to write. There are usually … Continue reading

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The Einstein Question

Wow, talk about debunking a hero. I have always admired Albert Einstein—who hasn’t—but after reading The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict, I’ve taken a second look at the scientist most often credited with E=MC2. The book is fiction, but it is … Continue reading

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