San Diego author’s new book explores the dynamics during World War II at Bletchley Park in England, where codebreakers must solve complex military codes, survive the pressures of secrecy and outwit a Soviet spy who tries to tear apart friendships
Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club recently announced the publication of its 10th anniversary anthology, The Sky’s the Limit.
Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club recently announced the final two keynotes for the 10th Annual CCA Writers’ Conference.
Book helps readers learn about the positive choices they can make to get the most out of life
Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club recently announced two keynotes for the 10th Annual CCA Writers’ Conference.
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Former Encinitas City Councilwoman Lisa Shaffer, a self-described “lifelong political junkie,” tackled some of the most pressing environmental issues during her time at NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Encinitas-based veterinarian Vera Heidolph recently released her debut book “If You’ve Ever Loved a Dog,” featuring vignettes about her dogs and other stories from her career.
The folk-rock and country-rock pioneer lived in Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, Tijuana, and a shed behind San Diego’s Blue Guitar store
An Encinitas resident and his brother released the first of a series of illustrated children’s books, “WEE BEASTiES,” which teaches proper handwashing technique.
Disillusioned by a president embroiled in controversy, and discouraged by an increasingly unpopular war overseas and systemic racism at home, 23-year-old David Reed “just wanted to get out of Dodge.”
Shortly after the terrorist attacks on 9/11, longtime national security official William M.
Decameron Project modeled after book of 14th Century Black Death stories
Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club recently announced the dates for the 10th Annual CCA Writers’ Conference.
From a “massive enlightenment experience” late last year, Encinitas resident Kevin Russell wrote a book called “Radical Enlightenment: My Guy on the Ninth Floor.”
Encinitas author Gwen Goodkin recently released a collection of short stories, “A Place Remote,” that center around life in a fictional rural Ohio town.