Daily Archives: Thursday, May 4, 2017

May 04
A Witness to History: Book Blog Tour, Sneak Peak, and Giveaway #LoneStarLit

A Witness to History: Book Blog Tour, Sneak Peak, and Giveaway #LoneStarLit

A WITNESS TO HISTORY George H. Mahon, West Texas Congressman by By Janet M. Neugebauer Foreword by Kent Hance   Genre: Texas History / Politics / Biography Publisher: Texas Tech University Press FACEBOOK    TWITTER Date of Publication: June 30 2017 Number of Pages: 576 Scroll down for Giveaway!   This is the story of George H. Mahon, a man who went to Congress in 1935, when the House Committee on Appropriations still allocated a small amount of money to buy military horses. Forty-four years later, when Mahon retired as Chairman of that same committee, the committee was debating funds to… Read more »

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May 04
A Reading Ruckus

A Reading Ruckus

We have a fun contributed post today about the different types of readers. I definitely fall into the second category – I read purely for escapism and enjoyment. Do you bicker with those who read for education purposes? Picture Credit   There is snobbery in all walks of life. You are always going to get people who think their way is the best and only way. We hate to break it to you, but reading is far from exempt. There are many reading bickers that we could go into, but we’re going to focus on reasons for reading. We all… Read more »

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