From quarantine self-reflections to tales of Texas titans, the TCU community is putting pen to paper.
A boy’s letter to Santa inspired Merideth Tullous’s book.
A Fort Worth fable inspired a book about Theodore the turkey.
James English distributed more than 4,000 copies of his myth-busting book to children in the island country.
Bestselling “Same Kind of Different As Me” author Ron Hall ’67 returned to campus to promote his follow-up book.
Anything for Thanksgiving Wanda Wallace ’72 BBA (MPA ’74) Wallace’s third novel features two best friends, Bud and Ginny, who meet again after 40 years to rekindle their relationship. As three Thanksgivings pass, they deal with danger, intrigue and deception to reveal boundless blessings and timeless truth. Available on amazon.com. Culture Without Accountability: What’s the
TCU English professor explores the surviving letters of Catharine Brown in her book Cherokee Sister: The Collected Writings of Catharine Brown (1818-1823)
Author got the inside scoop on the stars, including Elizabeth Taylor, whom he profiled in the biography The Most Beautiful Woman in the World: The Obsessions, Passions and Courage of Elizabeth Taylor.
Hitler’s Ethic: The Nazi Pursuit of Evolutionary Progress Richard Weikart ’80 A professor of modern European history at California State University, Stanislaus, Weikart examines how Hitler’s belief in evolutionary ethics influenced Nazi policies of eugenics, euthanasia and racial exterminations. The book was recently released as a paperback. Available at amazon.com. Two Traditions One Space: Orthodox