NS Austin, more commonly known as Nancy, has published two novels: Critically Endangered and Beyond the Great Dying, Books 1 & 2 of the Endangered Series. Soldier, Hero, Thief, a thriller, will be published in May 2018.
Nancy’s novels are a combination of rich character development juxtaposed against extraordinary circumstances. Those extraordinary circumstances may include the end of the world, aliens, talking dogs, and buried treasure, and reflect the author’s love of all things a tiny bit odd.
Oxford-Seymour Theory is the first complete conception of Shakespeare’s language and rhetoric,
and the first to explain his choice of words...
With it, we unlock the mysteries of his life.
We discover his Enduring Corpus as the Last Will and Testament of the Wisest Man who Never was.
Shakespeare: The Method in his Madness by Michael and Spencer Stepniewski
The issue facing a reader new to Shakespeare is whether his great works are to be approached as open texts. Did Shakespeare write to entertain, perhaps to make a living, to release a store of beauty that was overflowing his mind? Or did 'our beloved, The AUTHOR' have a more specific purpose? Did he mean to communicate informatio... Read More
A searchable history of the Pacific Northwest, from Indian times to present day.
Computers have changed the way we look at history. The study of our past has always been constricted by the space available to present it. The person, topic, or event being studied was confined by the physical limits of books. This constricting of the past is even greater in a history book dedicated to a very broad subject. Each topic must be compressed to fit the space available. These restrictions are no longer necessary with the advent of computers and the internet.
Search our vast index of historical documents about the history of the Pacific Northwest.