Born and raised on the Oregon Coast, a graduate of the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Arts in English and current resident of New York City.
Writer, thinker, coffee aficionado and explorer.
Assistant Media Editor at Macmillan Learning and writer for Arcadia Publishing & The History Press.
Celebrate the Black men and women who made history.
Listen up, history fans. These great audiobooks are for you.
These fascinating biographies deserve a spot on your must-read list.
Journey into the past.
From the smallest atoms to the biggest adventures in space, these women used their scientific knowledge to change the world.
In David Blight's book, Wallace Turnage and John Washington recount their harrowing tales of escape from slavery.
Take a detailed look at the life of a ruler who inherited the throne when she was just six days old.
Taking the post of Warden of His Majesty’s Mint in 17th-century London, Newton came face-to-face with seedy criminals.
The sixteen-year-old raced through the night to warn fellow colonists of approaching British forces.
They may not be household names, but these swashbuckling female pirates left their mark on history.
These weird, beautiful destinations will fascinate any world traveler.
"That First Season" explores how the legendary coach created one of the greatest teams in NFL history.
Lewis Sorley offers a shocking new perspective on the Vietnam War, through access to classified documents.