We Don't Only Do History
The name Pan Historia gives you visions of the past. Bright
days of joy; dark days of sorrow. The Greeks in Athens, the
Gladiators of Rome, the dark ages of Scotland, the court of
France, the buccaneers of the Oceans, the cowboys of the Wild
West; we write about those things that have gone.
But Pan Historia
also has books and novels for those who do not enjoy dwelling
only in the past. They are in the Contemporary
genre. One novel is 'The Common Plea'. A novel about the "members
of the distinguished and well-renowned international law firm
Dewey, Cheathem and Howe, P.C.".
For those you may not
enjoy law, but enjoy the surgery, there is the novel 'The Healers'.
It is set at The Asclepion Medical
Center in the outskirts of Torrington, Connecticut. These are
just two of the five great novels in the Contemporary genre.
For those who enjoy nonfiction, there are four libraries in
the Reference Library; 'Canada', 'The Sciences', 'World Transportation',
If you enjoy reference books, there are
many. Just a few are 'Animalia', 'At Issue', 'Fleur-de-lis',
'Kiss the Cook', 'Wanderlust'
and of course 'The Newsroom'. 'At Issue' brags that they are "Politics
at its best". At 'Fleur-de-lis' gardeners give tips and
talk about their passion for green. Have recipes? Join 'Kiss
the Cook'. Chefs of all levels swap recipes and techniques.
No recipes, but you have "got the travel bug?" Check
out 'Wanderlust'. Learn about your favorite dream destination,
or tell others about where you been or are. Lastly, there is
'The Newsroom'. 'The PanHistorian' wouldn't exist without 'The
Newsroom'. That is where all the magic happens. Take the time
to check out one of these great books, it's worth it.
there is one place that I don't know where to classify it.
It isn't a novel, it isn't a library, and it isn't a book.
It is a new thread on the story board of the novel 'Age of
Vikings'. The thread is called '180 Degrees'. Here members
share and debate a variety of subjects. Anything and everything
is welcome on this thread. Some subjects have included Iraq,
North Korea, women's breasts, the ties of White House staff,
family history, the Oscars, fast food, American education,
and American revolutionists. Postings are sometimes editorials,
opinions, articles, songs, poems, or sometimes even jokes.
Members are from all over the world and from all over Pan
Historia. The members are not required to post on the novel
it is greatly appreciated. Anyone is welcome to join the
heat of '180 Degrees' at 'Age of Vikings'.
So if you want to
get out of the past for a while and stretch your legs in
the present, think about joining something in
the Contemporary genre.
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