- The other day we expressed skepticism about the Georgetown Morgue story; Benjamin Lukoff has done the homework to explain why — Examiner.com
- …but A.M. Moscoso thinks Benjamin, by debunking the story, “didnâ€™t prove anything other then the only story he could come up with was the deconstructing of another writerâ€™s work.” (I disagree, but decide for yourself.) — Anita’s Owl Creek Bridge
(Edited at 1:08 pm on 10/27 to add the following: Since we linked to Anita’s Owl Creek Bridge last night, she has changed her post to remove the link to the Examiner entirely, changing it to a KUBE promotional link, and also to remove her link to the Beacon Hill Blog. See the cached version on Google, for as long as it lasts.)
- Beacon Hill native Ken Mochizuki, author of Beacon Hill Boys, gave a couple of interesting online interviews last month: here and here — Flamingnet Young Adult Book Blog and ALSC Blog
- A “gun blogger” meet-up is planned at La CabaÃ±a at 6:00 pm on November 9 – The View from North Central Idaho
2 thoughts on “Beacon Bits: Georgetown Morgue controversy, Ken Mochizuki, and gun bloggers”
Thanks for the link and the mention. Kind of funny that she removed the links — how on earth are people supposed to decide if they agree with her opinion if she doesn’t link to the piece in question?
Then again, I know you and all your readers know that. Kind of unfortunate she doesn’t. But to each her own blog, I suppose!
Indeed. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!
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