Monthly Archives: January 2016

Review: Bunker Hill: A City, a Siege, a Revolution

Bunker Hill: A City, a Siege, a Revolution by Nathaniel Philbrick My rating: 3 of 5 stars A highly detailed historical account of events, culminating in a battle between the Continental militia and British regulars on Bunker Hill, just prior … Continue reading

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As the Market Storm Rages

In a blog ~10 days ago, we looked at where markets may be headed. The two inferences then were that a downtrend may continue, and that a deeper fall in the markets in 2016 appears likely. Frankly, I did not … Continue reading

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Empathy, Compassion, and Morality Need No God

A controversial topic for an essay. Call it Flash Philosophy, if you like. The naughty connotation of ‘flash’ lends some controversy, while this blog post surely qualifies as a brief (therefore, ‘flash’) foray into social philosophy. But seriously, it has … Continue reading

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Review: Writing Flash Fiction: How to Write Very Short Stories and Get Them Published

Writing Flash Fiction: How to Write Very Short Stories and Get Them Published by Carly Berg My rating: 5 of 5 stars An excellent reference for writers of all styles, not just flash fiction. A book to be read once, … Continue reading

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