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BOOKS: A NATIONAL CELEBRATION

By Raji Singh On January 11, the American Library Association will honor books for youth.  From the archives of Fiction House Publishing, here is the tale of one boy’s discovery of reading. *     *     * In only a few minutes … Continue reading

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BOOKTOBERFEST: CELEBRATE NATIONAL BOOK MONTH WITH THE CARPER

By Raji Singh October is National Book Month.  I wonder if any cities or countries have Book Parades, festivals, or Book Games to celebrate.  I hope you’ll enjoy this short scene from my novel, Tales of the Fiction House.  It … Continue reading

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FOR THE LOVE OF BOOKS

By Raji Singh It’s 1826, Cincinatti.  4-year-old orphaned foundling Carper is taken in by a sea-crusted ancient mariner. In only a few minutes Mariner and Carper are at Mariner’s isolated ‘STATEROOM.’ A barnacle on the backside of an abandoned warehouse, … Continue reading

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POST No. 108: BOOKTOBERFEST

By Raji Singh October is National Book Month.  I wonder if any cities or countries have Book Parades, festivals, or Book Games to celebrate.  I hope you’ll enjoy this short scene from my novel, Tales of the Fiction House.  It … Continue reading

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No. 68: BOOKS

By Raji Singh Last week: It’s 1826, Cincinatti.  4-year-old orphaned foundling Carper is taken in by a sea-crusted ancient mariner. In only a few minutes Mariner and Carper are at Mariner’s isolated ‘STATEROOM.’ A barnacle on the backside of an … Continue reading

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