Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Hidden Past of Words: English final -y

Consider the following list of everyday English words:  memory, happy, baby, crazy, victory, city, silly, puppy, army For starters, they all end in -y and they can be grouped further as nouns (memory, baby, victory, city, puppy, army) or adjectives … Continue reading

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Trailers for Blind Tasting (audiobook edition) now on YouTube

Check out trailers for the audiobook version of Blind Tasting: Trailer 1:  Immerse yourself in the tale of three geeks and a dog as they explore what is definitely not your ordinary wine trail. Set in Silicon Valley, Napa and … Continue reading

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