Eliot Pattison Discusses His Novel, Blood of the Oak, on ABC News

Eliot Pattison Discusses His Novel, Blood of the Oak, on ABC News

Excerpt: “Eliot Pattison is an award-winning Pennsylvania based novelist, historian, and international lawyer who brings his cultural and social concerns to his fiction writing in three acclaimed book series. His award-winning Duncan McCallum fiction series, set in early Pennsylvania, brings to light Pennsylvania’s pivotal role in the forces that shaped America…” To watch the story, click...
Dr. Nina Ansary Discusses the Women’s Movement in Iran on The Low Down

Dr. Nina Ansary Discusses the Women’s Movement in Iran on The Low Down

Excerpt: “In this episode, Richard Bulliet, Professor of History and Middle East Studies at Columbia, and Dr. Nina Ansary, the author of the book, Jewels of Allah: The Untold Story of Women in Iran, discuss the women’s movement in Iran and how Ansary’s book breaks down stereotypical assumptions and the often misunderstood story of women in Iran today.” To listen to the episode, click...
The Globe and Mail Reviews Barbara Williams’ Latest, The Hope In Leaving

The Globe and Mail Reviews Barbara Williams’ Latest, The Hope In Leaving

Excerpt: “While the memoir market is constantly looking for the next big, near-unbelievable story to astonish hungry readers, often the most affecting accounts of a life are those that are simple, unassuming and relatable. Though on the surface, Canadian-born actress Barbara Williams’s The Hope in Leaving is a harrowing tale of poverty, tragedy and familial dysfunction, it is never once written for high drama or shock value. In fact, the true poignancy of this notably understated book is just how normal these lives feel to those who have lived them.” To read the review, click...
Blood of the Oak by Eliot Pattison Featured on Kingdom Books

Blood of the Oak by Eliot Pattison Featured on Kingdom Books

Excerpt: “What kinds of oppression awaken a nation to action? When do struggles for survival become a force to light a revolution? No, I’m not talking about this year’s Presidential campaign, but rather, the simmering, smoky, and definitely violent build-up to the American Revolution. In the fourth book of his Bone Rattler series, BLOOD OF THE OAK, Eliot Pattison’s protagonist confronts those questions — and the investigation of multiple murders.” To read the article, click...