Literary Projects

This is my first short film in the works, and a production that I hope will benefit all of my readers. Learn more about it at: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/time-travel-to-1787/x/2854816#/ Thank you for your consideration!

Indiana’s 200: The People Who Shaped the Hoosier State is a collection of biographical essays compiled by Linda C. Gugin and James E. St. Clair in honor of the Indiana Bicentennial. My essay is about Dr. Harvey Wiley (1844-1930), and can be found on page 376.

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Tolstoy was a household name when I was growing up because my father’s master thesis at Cornell University centered on the insightful Russian author and his passion for education. There is much to learn about the former soldier and teacher whose writing revolutionized the thinking of many

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“Where liberty dwells, there is my country,” Benjamin Franklin reportedly mused. “Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty,” Apostle Paul explained many centuries earlier. This pattern is the life story of Rafael Cruz and America alike. Liberty is found through whom the

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This Christmas I produced a special episode for the History Author Show. Read more about it at LukeHistorians.com, and listen to the podcast at HistoryAuthor.com. December 25, 2015 – Traditionally, December 25th has been celebrated as the birthday of Jesus Christ. But a variety of historic factors

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From my Crusading Chemist website: …June 30th is another example of bizarre historical dates that seem to have transcendent value. On that day a little more than two decades later, Harvey W. Wiley passed away. A year before, Wiley had published his book The History of

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