Sarah Angleton

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Sarah Angleton studied literature and creative writing at the University of Missouri. She loves history, but is most fascinated by the stories of the people who lived it. A reader and writer of historical fiction, she also blogs weekly as the Practical Historian, exploring the ridiculous in both history and modern-day family life. Her first book, Launching Sheep & Other Stories, is a humorous collection based on her blog. It's available to order through online retailers and neighborhood bookstores. Look for her first historical novel, Gentleman of Misfortune, coming in September of 2018.

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In 1925, Greek photographer and geologist N. A. Tombazi, while on a British Geological Expedition in Tibet, saw something kind of strange. At an altitude of about 15, 000 feet, Tombazi’s local guides pointed out an unexpected shadowy figure two to three hundred yards from camp that looked to the photographer like a lone man, casually picking at bushes and lumbering through the snow.


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Ansel Adams
“No man has the right to dictate what other men should perceive, create or produce, but all should be encouraged to reveal themselves, their perceptions and emotions, and to build confidence in the creative spirit.”
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“You must write for yourself, above all. That is your only hope of creating something beautiful.”
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