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Mark Twain Biography Series

Certain happenings as recorded in this work will be found to differ materially from the same incidents and episodes as set down in the writings of Mr. Clemens himself. Mark Twain's spirit was built of the very fabric of truth, so far as moral intent was concerned, but in his earlier autobiographical writings--and most of his earlier writings were autobiographical--he made no real pretense to accuracy of time, place, or circumstance--seeking, as he said, "only to tell a good story"--while in later years an ever-vivid imagination and a capricious memory made history difficult, even when, as in his so-called "Autobiography," his effort was in the direction of fact.

1 - Mark Twain, A Biography: 1835-1866 - Volume I, Part 1
2 - Mark Twain, a Biography: 1835-1866 - Volume I, Part 2
3 - Mark Twain, A Biography 1875-1886
4 - Mark Twain, A Biography: 1886-1900 - Volume II, Part 1
5 - Mark Twain, A Biography: 1900-1907 - Volume III, Part 1
6 - Mark Twain, A Biography: 1907-1910 - Volume III, Part 2

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J.T. Brannan
When J.T. Brannan started writing a book about a "secret agent" doing a job for the US government, he had no idea that this was going to be the start of a bestselling series. Today, his Mark Cole books are extremely popular and Brannan a full-time writer (when he isn't teaching martial arts). As our Author of the Day, Brannan reveals how James Bond inspired his work, talks about his years in the Army and gives us a sneak peek in what he is working on right now.
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