I’m delighted to announce that we’ve posted descriptions of the main-stage presentations for TOS-Con 2020.
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So miserable was my pre-Goodkind, pre-Rand life, that had I not discovered their works, I might be dead today.
Robert Smalls had much in common with many other heroes of history, such as Joan of Arc and Rosa Parks. Like them, Smalls refused to live as a victim.
Madison Cunningham, just twenty-five, already has proven herself a consummate artist with the power to fuse melody, meaning, and an eclectic blend of musical styles to create grand works that can still fairly be described as pop songs.
I hope you’ll join us in Boston for the most life-enhancing conference of the year—it’s gonna be a blast!
I wonder how much better off my classmates might be today if, at that tender age, they were taught about earning money and spending it according to their own values—rather than about making sacrifices in the name of “virtue.”
Whereas a lot of modern fiction advocates moral relativism or champions the “antihero,” Geralt of Rivia offers philosophically refreshing, action-packed rebuttals to those tiring tropes.
Freedom of speech is the last leg of a free society, and Bosch Fawstin is on the front line, fighting for it while warring against Islam.
Here are some gift ideas that I think may enrich your holidays, your relationships, and your life. Merry Christmas!