Book Reviews

What can reviews to do for you and how do you get people to write them? First, Last Clichés: On the Level (to be on) – Straightforward, honest, and sincere. This American colloquialism originated in the late 19th century. Might have come from Freemasonry —...

SSA author showcase

Hope you have a great holiday season with Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah,  etc. First, last clichés: Three-ring circus—an event of utter confusion. This is an Americanism that started in the late 19th century, alluding to a circus in which three rings or arenas are...

Cover for your book:

Since I’ve been ill, I postponed my cover design for my book. Couldn’t agree on what I wanted. Took a survey, and too many different ideas. Last Clichès: Ran amok—Go crazy; behave in a wild, frenzied manner. Based on the Malay word amok, meaning “a state of frenzy.”...