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    Lynne Tagawa

    Lynne Basham Tagawa is between wars right now. A former science teacher, she was bitten by the history bug when her principal asked her to evaluate Texas history curricula, and Sam Houston’s Republic (amzn.to/2EnlZiN) was born. Later she began an eighteenth-century fiction trilogy, starting with a story set during the time of the Great Awakening, The Shenandoah Road (amzn.to/2XVm0kA). The sequel, The Heart of Courage (amzn.to/3ajxMKs), is set during the French and Indian War. Contact her at www.lynnetagawa.com.

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  • Poetry in Prose: The Genius of J.R.R. Tolkien

    Poetry in Prose: The Genius of J.R.R. Tolkien1

    Young John Ronald Reuel Tolkien curled up with his favorite book, reading the tale of Sigurd who slew the dragon Fafnir. Schooled at home, Tolkien’s widowed mother taught him Latin and French and grammar, explaining that “green great dragon” was incorrect—it should be “great green dragon.” Tolkien wanted to know why. Language fascinated him. After


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