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When Fiction Becomes Reality [Steve Berry]
January 7, 2010 · 1 Comment

Some of the most compelling works of fiction rely heavily on reality (Jurassic Park, anyone?) New York Times best-selling authors James Rollins and Steve Berry are masters of weaving fact into fiction – and both will be at HMNS on Tuesday, Jan. 19 for An Evening of Thrills: How Science and History Make Great Thrillers.  […]

Thank you, onliners!
February 3, 2009 · 6 Comments

HMNS.ORG today. So, the next time we do a survey of our online visitors, it should include the question “What do you call a group of people who interact online?” The closest I could find was onliners, though this really refers to something much more specific. I also liked “online hero” – because it seemed […]

I Search, You Search, Erin and I Researched.
December 23, 2008 · 2 Comments

Black Diamond, part of HMNS rich history – check back here and on hmns.org for features and events celebrating our centennial throughout 2009. Last Friday, Erin and I went to the Texas Room in the Julia Idasen building at the downtown Houston Public Library to research the history of our beloved HMNS.  We had so much […]

On the Seventh Day of HMNS…look inside the human body
December 18, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

It’s that time again – delicious cookies, pies, chocolates and treats of all types are constantly swirling past, in a holiday smorgasbord of epic proportions. It’s delicious – but we all know we’ll be waking up a few pounds heavier on Jan. 2. So – what does all the holiday excess do to your body? For that […]



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