Bill Cosby: The truth is ugly. A Coverup is worse

December 1, 2014
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There is a teachable opportunity in the whole lurid details emerging in the recent news regarding Bill Cosby. The beloved comedian, actor, and advocate for education has recently come under attack by over a dozen women who claim he drugged then raped them many years ago. Crimes that have long outlived the statutes of limitations. […]

Literary critic proclaims: “The Bible is horribly written”

November 7, 2014
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Who would dare write such a scathing critique? Actually, anyone who has been forced to read the book cover-to-cover. The characters are poorly developed, new characters are added without any introduction, and nearly all of the critical stories are repeated in conflicting fashion. Parts of the book are first-person historical narrative. Some even have authors […]

Lessons authors can learn from Taylor Swift

November 6, 2014
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An article in the November 5, 2014 edition of The New York Times tells how Taylor Swift uses social media, namely Twitter and Instagram, to keep in touch with her fan base and then use those platforms to turn her songs into number one hits. The Times quotes Matt Britton, CEO of youth marketing agency […]

Your Miracle is My Story of Revenge

July 4, 2014

Hidden in this initial version was a compelling story of an African tribesman whose skills and cunning managed to take on the greatest fighting force in the entire world, and unknowingly save the residents of Jerusalem and change the future of Judaism, forever.

How do we decide which authors to publish?

June 2, 2014

#172087268 / gettyimages.com When speaking to groups about Principia the question that I am always asked is: “How do you decide which authors to publish?” Since Principia Media was incorporated, our criteria hasn’t changed. Our mission, quite simply, is to find, develop and support new and emerging authors. Irene and I have steadfastly maintained that […]

Why am I laughing with tears in my eyes?

May 2, 2014

When I was young I spent a lot of time with my grandpa Linderman. He shaped my life in so many ways and I will be forever grateful for his encouragement to respect other opinions while questioning everything. I wish that I had inherited more of grandpa’s wonderful traits, but the one trait I know […]

Your miracle is my story of revenge

April 29, 2014

Do you believe in miracles? I don’t. I could very well be wrong about this and I would never spend one minute attempting to convince you that you are wrong. I typically don’t spend much time thinking about such things; however, a manuscript that was recently submitted to Principia Media caught my attention. I rarely […]