Monthly Archives: July 2014

Understanding the bayonet

If you want an example of how studying the past can tell us things about the present, look no further than the lowly bayonet. Many people question the utility of the bayonet in today’s world.  Sticking a knife on the … Continue reading

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Work in Progress – Update

The good news is I finally sent a draft of my first “Spy” novel to my editor.  Why a spy novel?  Honestly, not everyone can relate to elves.  I also have friends who are Christian, but just cannot relate to … Continue reading

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