Archive for the non-fiction Category

Historical Happening – Arthur Conan Doyle

Posted in adventure, art, books, Cool Stuff, ebook, fiction, Film, history, kindle, kobo, life, literature, movies, mythology, News, non-fiction, people, Uncategorized, writing with tags , , , , , on 05/22/2017 by Edward Brock

Sherlock Holmes creator, Arthur Conan Doyle, was born on this day–in 1859.


Historical Happenings – Lincoln, Titanic, Webster

Posted in books, history, non-fiction, people, Uncategorized, Words with tags , , , , on 04/14/2017 by Edward Brock

Several picks today.

Abraham Lincoln is shot by John Wilkes Booth (1865). He dies the following day.

An iconic photograph of a bearded Abraham Lincoln showing his head and shoulders.

The SMS Titanic hits an iceberg (1912).

RMS Titanic 3.jpg

Noah Webster publishes the 1st edition of what would become Webster’s Dictionary (1828).


Historical Happening – Terracotta Army

Posted in art, Cool Stuff, history, life, mythology, non-fiction, people, Smithsonian, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on 03/29/2017 by Edward Brock

The incredible Terracotta Army sculptures (of China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang) was discovered on this day, in 1974.

Terracotta Army, View of Pit 1

Historical Happening – Robert Anton Wilson

Posted in books, Cool Stuff, cults, ebook, fantasy, fiction, folklore, history, kindle, legends, life, literature, mythology, non-fiction, religion, sci-fi, technology, TV, Uncategorized, weird, wisdom with tags , , , , , , , , , , on 01/18/2017 by Edward Brock

Prolific writer–and self-described agnostic mythic–Robert Anton Wilson was born on this day, in 1932.

“Only the madman is absolutely sure.”



Posted in ebook, fantasy, Film, horror, non-fiction, writing with tags , , , , , , on 10/03/2015 by Edward Brock

Re-write on Project #3.

800 words removed, then 1500 added.


Posted in amazon, books, children's book, Cool Stuff, ebook, literature, non-fiction, writing with tags , , , , , , , on 09/14/2015 by Edward Brock

Finally, after a few weeks of some really crappy events, I managed to get the first draft of my non-fiction children’s book completed. 32,000 words.

Now, some rewrites, and–hopefully–it will be ready to submit/publish.

I feel pretty good about it, and as I’m all too often a cynical pessimist, that’s a good thing.

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