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Covert Dreams - a Review
Covert Dreams, by Michael Meyer, is an international political thriller. You are taken from the streets of Munich, Germany, to the sands of Saudi Arabia to the United States of America.
Contronyms from Literally to Put Out
The alarm is going off. Has it been activated, or is it being deactivated? When you overlook something, do you supervise it or neglect it? Is a peer your equal or a member of nobility? You say you are leaving presently. Are you leaving right now or in a little while?
Contronyms from Garnish to Liege
The judge is going to garnish your wages. Is he going to decorate them, or is he going to withhold them? You are going to lease an apartment. Are you going to pay money to live there, or is someone going to give you money so he can live there?
Contronyms from Dike to Flog
When you dust the blades on your ceiling fan, are you removing the fine particles of dirt or adding them? When you have a fast horse, does it move quickly or is it stuck to one spot? You state that something is finished. Is it completed, or is it destroyed?
Contronyms from Apology to Custom
When you offer someone an apology, are you saying sorry or are you defending what you have done? When you bolt down a chair, it stays put. But you can bolt from a fight? A buckle holds things together, but what happens if a building buckles?
Continuation of Interview with Thomasina Burke
Here is more of my interview with Thomasina Burke, author of "Magic Bridge".
Continuation of Interview with T.H.E. Hill
A continuation of my interview with T.H.E. Hill.
Continuation of Interview with Susan Meredith
A continuation of my interview with Susan Meredith and her editor granddaughter, Catelyn.
Continuation of Interview with Rebecca Graf
This is a continuation of my interview with Rebecca Graf, author of "A Gift for a Mouse".
Continuation of Interview with Randy Daudlin
How did he choose the names for his characters? What new opportunities have come his way because of his writing? Does this author ever become bored with what he is writing?
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