Frank Herbert’s Dune is arguably the best science fiction book of all time. The novel is a love story and it challenges the ideology of science, politics and religion—especially when they are mixed. From Amazon: Here is the novel that will be forever considered a triumph of the imagination. Set on the desert planet
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About two weeks ago I received a Facebook message from my favorite editor Shonell Bacon. Shonell, Jennifer Coissiere and Pachet Burson have been hard at work writing over at www.Snaps1000Words.com. These wonderful women asked me to join them. I’m excited because I get to share my photography habit (I say habit because I’m not quite
No matter your political party, please exercise your right to VOTE! If you don’t vote, don’t complain. Posted on the go from Makasha’s Android phone.
“The wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down.” – Proverbs 14:1 It’s election season. Republicans and Democrats are pitted against one another claiming to be the best party for these great United States of America. Ideologies are full swing at the water cooler, on the soccer
New York Times Best-Selling Author, Stephen Mansfield’s “The Faith of Barack Obama” is a respectfully written, almost unbiased commentary on the Presidential hopeful’s often misunderstood personal faith. In what some consider a controversially titled book,Mansfieldtakes the reader on a journey through Obama’s cultural, ethnic and religious lineage in an attempt to bring clarity and understanding