Tag Archive for: L. Ron Hubbard

Little Known Facts from The Battling Pilot

This realistic fiction book used a little known fact: The Battling Pilot mentions the exclusive Pan Am Boeing 314 Clippers used by the superrich.

The Story Behind Fahrenheit 451

In this next article in the series about authors and their stories, we talk about Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 and what inspired him to write the novel.

A War Correspondent Bleeds Ink, not Blood. Most of the Time.

What makes a war correspondent risk his or her life to report the truth about wars? What is their mission and why do we need outsiders to look at the battlefield from the inside?

How the Legacy of the Arizona Rangers Lives On

The fact that the Arizona Territory became the 48th state in the Union is common knowledge. Less known though is the story of the men who made this possible.

Fear—The Pioneer of Modern Psychological Thrillers

Originally published in July 1940, L. Ron Hubbard’s immortal Fear is recognized as a pioneer of the modern psychological thrillers. It has riveted and influenced both readers and authors for over 75 years and continues to do so today.

Books That Make You Think

Discover 10 books that will make you think, all recommended by bestselling authors.

Escape the Pandemic!

Scouts get whisked away while completing their Reading merit badge.

The Flying Dutchman: The Devil’s Rescue?

Did the Flying Dutchman exist? Discover when and where the legend started and how this ghost pirate ship is still lingering in mainstream media.

Things to do when Bored

With so many people stuck at home, the threat of boredom is at an all-time high. Here are a few things to do when bored which always work for my family.

Noir Detective: The Golden Threads of Mystery Books

Famous detectives, from the noir detective to the classic mystery, share a common thread: the ability to see what others do not.