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A Matter of Family

by Lee Gooden

"A Matter of Family": A Cousin’s Lament is a memoir of author Gloria Marie Kingsnorth’s fictional self, written in letter form to her alleged cousin, billionaire Grant Wilson Billings. The author’s writing keeps the reader... Read More

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An Essay by a Modern Humanist

by Lee Gooden

The author of "An Essay by a Modern Humanist" claims to be a modern humanist, scholar, and practitioner of humanism, a system of thought based in science and observation and conflicted with the models of medieval philosophies dictated by... Read More

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The Promise of Christmas

by Lee Gooden

Dana A. Lagmay linked the story of Jesus with the myth of Santa Claus in The First Christmas, the introductory volume in his "The Promise of Christmas" series. The second installment, The Sleighmaker, continues these threads. The new... Read More

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The Wisdom of Generations

by Lee Gooden

Tieman H. Dippel’s The Language of Conscience Evolution Series, beginning with the first book, The New Legacy (published twice in the late eighties and republished in 2002), and continuing with the sixth and latest volume in the... Read More

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A Death in Concord

by Lee Gooden

Connie Mcfadden Tonsgard has been a finalist in nearly twenty screenplay contests, including those sponsored by the Screenplay Festival and StoryPros. Her new screenplay, "A Death in Concord", has the pace, energy, and twists and turns... Read More

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Jasper's Journey

by Lee Gooden

Jasper’s Journey, a musical drama with original song lyrics, is the story of James Jasper Jenkins, a former headlining Broadway entertainer. A song-and-dance man and star of stage and screen for more than fifteen years, Jasper ruins... Read More

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Dixie

by Lee Gooden

Until a screenplay is produced into a movie, it is difficult to critique its literary merit beyond basic screenwriting techniques and grammar. The transition from script to screen can enhance what appears to be a cliché into something... Read More

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