Philosophy, (from Greek, by way of Latin, philosophia, “love of wisdom”) the rational, abstract, and methodical consideration of reality as a whole or of fundamental dimensions of human existence and experience. Philosophical inquiry is a central element in the intellectual history of many civilizations.
Here we are at the end of June, half way through 2020, and what a year this has been. I think we can all agree that this year is unlike any other. No more same-old-same-old. There’s a global pandemic, we lack moral and community-centered leadership in the WH, and long-time-coming protests over racial injustice have […]
Romance and relationships. I believe they go hand-in-hand, and often, on a good day, or a good night, as the case may be, they sleep together. As an author, there are many subjects and genres to choose from, but romance and relationships appeals to me. I’ve always felt that men could learn a lot by […]
First and foremost, while my most recent book, Until She Says Yes, is completely fictional, it is inspired by true stories. You only need to read the first few pages to learn about Kingsley Goddard proposing to Consuelo Vanderbilt. While it is NOT true that Consuelo Vanderbilt ever received a marriage proposal from Kingsley Goddard, […]
Sometimes I’m asked by I write about the Gilded Age of New York? Easy and short answer is because it interests me. My Jules Vanderzeit novels, including Until You Love Me, are all set in the Gilded Age. There are hundreds, perhaps thousands of romance novels set in the Regency and Victorian periods of England. […]