Some Additions to the List

I have updated the reading list (and again I think I may have forgotten some of the things I read); it now includes the following:

  1. David Hume–Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion
  2. Thomas Woolston–Six Discourses Concerning the Miracles of Our Saviour
  3. Edward Gibbon–Memoirs of my Life and Writings
  4. Winston Churchill–Marlborough: His Life and Times
  5. Alexandre Dumas–The Black Tulip
  6. Jonathan Swift–Conduct of the Allies
  7. Mathew Tindal–Christianity as old as the Creation
  8. George Orwell–Homage to Catalonia
  9. Edmund Burke–A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful
  10. Samuel Johnson–Taxation No Tyranny
  11. Samuel Johnson–Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland
  12. Petronius–Satyricon
  13. Sir Walter Scott–Ivanhoe
  14. Bob Woodward–Wired: The Short Life and Fast Times of John Belushi
  15. Joe Cox–Almost Perfect: The Heartbreaking Pursuit of Pitching’s Holy Grail

Idols of History, Interview #1

Hello All–

I recently started a publicity campaign for the first volume of my Idols of History set.  I will be posting as many interview clips as I can get my hands on here, and would love it if you reposted, retweeted, or otherwise got the word out.

This interview, which I had yesterday with Daniel French, was a doozy–Mr. French is a fantastic interviewer, and I really appreciated that he had taken the time to look at my book, and set me up with great questions

In addition, I made a book trailer, which I would love if you shared

Thanks and Best Regards,