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Critical Thinking Academy: New Course to Boost Awareness & Intelligence

A critical thinking course to supercharge your mind? Any good course can do that. But it can only do that if the student is hungry and open to learn. Tharsis Highlands has published a new course entitled, “Critical Thinking Academy: Boost Awareness & Intelligence.” This is one of those “good” courses that everyone in the … Continue reading Critical Thinking Academy: New Course to Boost Awareness & Intelligence

Creating Our Emotions — New Book, Instant Happiness

Creating our emotions is the topic of a book released July 23, 2016. The title is Instant Happiness. How can “instant” anything be of lasting value to us? If you know all of the barriers and negative forces at work, it becomes easy. Of course, the book focuses on one emotion in particular—happiness—but the principles … Continue reading Creating Our Emotions — New Book, Instant Happiness

The Beauty of Science vs. the Ugliness of Ego

Guest blog by Carl Martin, author of Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons The Beauty of Science Do you love science as much as I do? I love the patterns in nature that make certain types of events predictable. The truly good scientists are the ones who discover those patterns and make sense of them. Those patterns reveal … Continue reading The Beauty of Science vs. the Ugliness of Ego

Ethical Questions of a Publisher — To Sell or Not to Sell

Sometimes, ethical questions come upon us suddenly. A few weeks ago, I promoted two new books I had written, Dirt Ordinary (conspiracies), and Favorable Incompetence (9/11). I’m still attempting to get the hang of this marketing game. I knew that sales comes with its own measure of bumps and bruises. As a writer, I’ve experienced … Continue reading Ethical Questions of a Publisher — To Sell or Not to Sell

Famous Quotes — Verifying the Wisdom Upon Which We Rely

The world of social media seems full of famous quotes these days. A pretty picture with a famous quote by someone of whom we may or may not have heard, can create a lasting impression—at least long enough to inspire our day. Quite often though, these famous quotes were never spoken or written by the … Continue reading Famous Quotes — Verifying the Wisdom Upon Which We Rely

New Novel — Edge of Remembrance: Tales of Atlantis Lost

Merla Velzna had saved thousands when her homeland was destroyed, but the future of civilization was still at risk. Over the next several thousand years, a great many legends were born. This sequel to EoR: Gods and Dragons reveals what really happened during each of those events and several others, including, The original Two Towers … Continue reading New Novel — Edge of Remembrance: Tales of Atlantis Lost

Dragons: ‘Gods and Dragons’ Backstory

Guest blog by Carl Martin, author of Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons Dragons! What are they? Bare mention of the word conjures up images of fairy tale castles, princesses in distress, and brave heroes wearing armor and wielding a hefty sword. But how accurate is that image? Germany’s Neuschwanstein castle, near the Bavarian Alps, … Continue reading Dragons: ‘Gods and Dragons’ Backstory

Sample Chapters — ‘Gods and Dragons’

Chapter 1 “And Zeus, fearful of his offspring by Metis, swallowed her to prevent their birth. The son, who would have become king of the gods, was never conceived, but Athena was born, fully grown and armed, from her father’s head. She thus became goddess of wisdom and of war to protect the homeland.” “The … Continue reading Sample Chapters — ‘Gods and Dragons’

Matriarchy: ‘Gods and Dragons’ Backstory

Guest Blog by Carl Martin, author of Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons Was Atlantis a matriarchy? In our modern, patriarchal society, the notion of women ruling a nation is something out of the ordinary. There are exceptions, like Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, but for the most part, presidents, prime ministers and royal heads of state … Continue reading Matriarchy: ‘Gods and Dragons’ Backstory

Author’s Favorite Quotes ‘Gods and Dragons’

The author of our latest book, Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons, told us about some of his favorite quotes from the novel. We thought they gave some unique insights into the story without revealing too much. Merla Velzna Merla Velzna had earned the right not to kill. No one else born into the Military … Continue reading Author’s Favorite Quotes ‘Gods and Dragons’