Book Review: The Grapes of Wrath

Book Review:  The Grapes of Wrath

When the Steinbeck collection arrived, I first read Of Mice & Men, which was a bite-sized (albeit tasty) morsel of a book. Poor, sweet, doughy-headed Lenny! I was only delaying the inevitable, however, as I knew that I'd have to make penance for my youthful transgression and read the much more substantial, Grapes, from cover to cover. So it began. 

Hire a Guild Guide Video

Hire a Guild Guide Video

Another day, another fabulous bow tie video. Over the past few months I've been compiling footage in order to create a promotional spot on behalf of the Guild of Professional Tour Guides of Washington D.C. (a wonderful organization to which I belong). The purpose of the video is to convince D.C. visitors that hiring a Guild Guide is their best bet for experiencing the city during their upcoming trip. Here's the final result.

New Audio Book Released - Exclusive Clip

New Audio Book Released - Exclusive Clip

Historic America's audiobook library continues to grow! My father and I recently finished recording work on our latest project and, much like our past effort, this is yet another offering from University Press. The title is, A Cold War Turning Point: Nixon and China, 1969-1972 written by Chris Tudda...