Student Debt Jubilee Now

November 26, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

Zero Hedge reports that college tuition has grown at more than double the rate of inflation. As the issue of college affordability continues to be a prominent talking point on the campaign trail ahead of […]

Jon Del Arroz

#NaNoWriMo The Home Stretch!

November 26, 2019 jdelarroz 0

November is probably the hardest month to do a NaNoWriMo, at least for me. I’ve got the 20BooksTo50K conference, this weekend had Wizard World, and then Thanksgiving. This year it’s even more challenging as I’m […]


Ad Majorem Gloriam Dei

November 25, 2019 Scott Huggins 0

I hesitated to write this blog post. There were a number of reasons I didn’t want to write it. Part of me felt that it would be arrogant, or that it might come off as […]

Jon Del Arroz

Too Much Fun: A Wizard World Recap

November 25, 2019 jdelarroz 0

I’ll be doing more on the YouTube channel today regarding my first real set up and sell books convention, but it was quite a good time. The con wasn’t well-attended. It was pretty quiet all […]


Rights and Responsibilities

November 25, 2019 Brian Niemeier 0

Liberalism is America’s state religion. Most Americans might practice Christianity at home, but our elites certainly don’t, and they’ve taken pains to make sure Christians’ beliefs have a negligible impact on public policy. You can […]


Review: Overlook, by Jon Mollison

November 25, 2019 Declan Finn 0

Part of the advantage of being part of a publisher is that I get to read books for free. The disadvantage is that reading the e-ARC months before the book releases means I have to […]