One is never alone with a book nearby, don’t you agree? Every page reminds us of a day that has passed and makes us relive the emotions that filled it. Happy hours underlined in red pencil, dark ones in black…
John Fricke, Oz historian extraordinaire, serves up a brand new coffee table book for Garland and Oz lovers alike, from Down East Books. Click here to find out about all his inspirations in our latest Riffle Backstory!
Riffle Backstory: Q & A with Kevin S. Decker, author of "Who is Who?: The Philosophy of Dr. Who"
With the Dr. Who phenomenon buzzing at more of a breakneck pace than ever, everyone wants a piece–even and perhaps especially the nerdiest of TV lovers. Kevin S. Decker, whose “Who is Who?” quenches that thirst, answers my questions here.
I have a passion for teaching kids to become readers, to become comfortable with a book, not daunted. Books shouldn’t be daunting, they should be funny, exciting and wonderful; and learning to be a reader gives a terrific advantage.
I want to take ‘entrepreneur’ off that pedestal. It’s a fancy-sounding French word, but at the end of the day, it just means 'getting stuff done’ — like, having ideas, putting yourself in sort of awkward situations, finding yourself in something that is different and new — and being comfortable failing a lot, too.