By: Steve Nedvidek, Ed Crowell, Jack Lowe, Moses Nester (Illustrations) This was my first graphic novel, chosen for the 2019 Brown Dog Reading Challenge. Isn’t that the whole point of the challenge, to read things that you normally wouldn’t? I though this would be the one that I enjoyed the least (that turned out to be the biography!), but… Read More The Jekyll Island Chronicles: Volume I- A Machine Age War
Click here to get your own copy. By: Dorothea Benton Frank Dottie Frank is at it again. This time, the only son of a Mt. Pleasant farm family is marrying the only daughter of a rich family from Chicago. It’s Frank’s usual Lowcountry antics with Chicago family drama thrown in. There are two sets of… Read More By Invitation Only
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Hello! After a brief time off, during which I got a new job and moved back to Georgia, I am back. Coming in the next few days will be new posts about searching for a house, coming back home and #4majors15 – which started yesterday with the Masters!
By Dorothea Benton Frank I love reading about the Lowcountry and Frank’s characters are always well written, but this book was a little too much more of the same. It was a nice story and I enjoyed the Sullivan’s Island beach house setting. However, I felt like it was so predictable that there was really… Read More The Hurricane Sisters
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You know the song. But I’m not talking about Christmas. I’m talking about BASKETBALL!!! College basketball practice begins next week. NBA training camp starts up soon. (Yes, I care about the NBA again, thanks to the Boston Celtics hiring Brad Stevens away from Butler.) I’ve already checked the schedules of all my favorite teams and… Read More It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
I have read many articles recently about the demise of college athletics. And I will admit that I am one of those who believe that in ten years, we in the college athletics industry will see a much different landscape than that we are currently living in. I have talked with people on campuses and… Read More Maybe we are on to something…