This week’s pick is a piece by a two-author team. I have always been fascinated by co-authored books. Being a little of a loner and having done a smidgeon of writing myself, I can’t imagine how a co-author deal would work, yet we have seen it work time and again in all forms. I have to admit, again, to my penchant for the horror/thriller genre and say that genre is just about the only one I’ve seen a successful co-author project. (Think Stephen King and Peter Straub’s dual hits “The Talisman” and “Black House”) So I shouldn’t be too surprised when I see yet another successful co-authored novel.
This week’s pick is a piece by father and son team, Tom and Johnny Lichtenberg. Tom is one of our more prolific writers here at Free-eBooks.net and extremely talented at that. For this week, I suggest Prisoners of Perfection is the book to be reading.
“I like this piece from author Robert Fuller, who explores the controversial and traditional standoff between the religious camps and the scientific community in a respectful manner that is crammed with critical thinking. I’ve seen far too much animosity and hostility in debates related to this subject and it is a pleasant change to see someone attempting to debate the subject with respect and dignity, casting aspersions equally on both sides. Whatever your personal feelings and conclusions, I have to applaud this author’s approach to very controversial and topical subject.”
I’ve been on vacation for two weeks and I only managed to put a small dent in my reading list while I was off. Of course, this last vacation was more about entertaining visiting family that it was anything else, but I had still hoped to get in more than half a book.
Vacation means different things to different people but I think for most readers it usually means more time to read more. With physical books, you’d go vacation reading shopping; browse the bookstores and libraries for as many books as you can carry in your arms, or in your luggage. And if you’re like me, you’ve been collecting books for a few months, preparing for vacation time when you can sit down and read them all.
For others, vacation means less about reading and more about how much they can see and experience in as short a time as possible. Which is fine too, but I think that even those people should slot some time for a read here and there. Exercising the body is supremely important, yes; exploring and [ more ]