Daily Archives: March 15, 2017

Maternal Lines: The Patriarchs (Part One)

When we look at the importance of the maternal line to the patriarchs [1], it is worthwhile to begin by discussing the men and women within the line and to see how they were related to each other.  The importance … Continue reading

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Album Review: Everything Comes And Goes (EP)

Four years after recording her one and only album as one half of the country duo the Wreckers, Michelle Branch [1] released this six-song EP in 2010 that shows the influence of her time in Nashville and a stripped-down acoustic … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Complete Sherlock Holmes (Volume I)

The Complete Sherlock Holmes (Volume I), by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle This book took quite a while for me to read, and I did not enjoy it as much as I thought I would.  To be sure, the Sherlock Holmes … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Coming Of The Fairies

The Coming Of The Fairies, by Arthur Conan Doyle I read this book, like many others I have read, thanks to an independent publisher who releases free ebooks of forgotten and out of print volumes [1].  In retrospect, this book … Continue reading

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